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Common STDs Disease

Symptoms

Chlamydia

Some people show no symptoms, especially women. Others have a discharge from the genitals, painful urination, and severe abdominal pain. Some people show no symptoms; others have warts on the genital area, and women have an abnormal pap-smear test. Herpes causes outbreaks of painful blisters or sores around the genital area that recur, swelling in the genital area, and burning during urination Some people show no symptoms. Other people have discharge from the genitals, painful urination, and severe abdominal pain. Symptoms, if present, are sores, fever, body rash, swollen lymph nodes. Symptoms include itching, discharge from the genitals, and painful urination. Dull pain or tenderness in the stomach Pain during sex. Painful urination, Chills or high fever, Nausea and vomiting, Pain during sex.

Human papilomavirus

Genital herpes

Gonorrhea

Syphilis

Trichomoniasis

 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

Treatment or cure

Long-term consequences Chlamydia can be Sterility and liver cured with antibiotics infection can result taken by mouth. from chlamydial infections.

HPV can be treated, but not cured. Sometimes, warts can be removed. Papsmear tests help to identify precancerous conditions. Herpes cannot be cured. Treatment with antiviral medication can decrease the length and frequency of outbreaks and can decrease the spread of herpes. Gonorrhea can be cured with antibiotics, although a new strain of bacteria has shown resistance to antibiotics.

If left untreated, cervical cancer can occur in women.

If left untreated, herpes may cause cervical cancer in women. Herpes can cause deformities in unborn babies.

Sterility, liver disease, testicular disease can result from gonorrheal infections in no treated.

Syphilis can be cured If left untreated, with antibiotics. mental illness, heart and kidney damage, and death can result. Trichomoniasis can be Trichomoniasis has cured with been linked to an medication. increased risk of infection by HIV. PID treatment Infertility, ectopic regimens must pregnancy, and provide empiric, chronic pelvic pain. broad spectrum coverage of likely pathogens.


Viral Hepatitis

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)

Fatigue, Excessive tiredness, Lack of appetite, Nausea or vomiting, Diarrhea, A low-grade fever It has no symptoms.

Crabs or Pubic Lice

itchy skin, inflammation of the affected area, sometimes visible lice and eggs, spots of blood as lice feed from blood vessels in the skin.

Genital warts

They are unlikely to cause pain but may itch and can be difficult to spot.

Molluscum contagiosum

The MC rash initially appears as smooth, pearly to fleshcolored, dome-shaped papules.

Scabies

Burrows that appear as silvery or brown wavy lines, An intensely itchy rash of inflamed pimple-like lumps. irritation, itching, thick white discharge, redness, soreness and swelling of the vagina

Thrush

Depending on the Cirrhosis type and severity of cancer. the disease.

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liver

Antibiotic pills, vaginal Having BV can creams or increase a woman's suppository. susceptibility to other STDs. Treatment consists of It has no long-term special shampoos, effects. lotions and creams that kill the lice and their eggs.

Take the necessary precautions to prevent trauma to the area, which can result in bleeding. Be careful to prevent transmission to a sexual partner. Treatment for molluscum contagiosum is not always mandatory. The lesions often disappear by themselves and heal without scarring unless infected by bacteria. Prescription creams called scabicides.

Embarrassing condition, and once you are infected, you will carry the virus that causes them for life. Because it cannot be killed or cured. Molluscum contagiosum can lead to bacterial skin infections. A person who has AIDS tends to develop extensive lesions over the face and neck, as well as the genital area. Irritating skin won’t go away, it can even reach epidemic proportions.

Treatment involves It has no long-term applying an anti- effects fungal cream that contains clotrimazole.


and vulva.

HIV/AIDS

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Lymphogranuloma venereum

No specific symptoms or physical signs confirmed HIV infection.

No current cure but medications are available to slow disease progression.

Include unusual infections or cancers, weight loss, intellectual deterioration and death. Symptoms are This disease is treated Has no long-term abscesses (buboes) in with antibiotics. effects. the groin, rectum, and other areas; fistulas that drain pus may occur and are treatable with antibiotics.

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