Reduce the Risk of Being Infected with Trichomoniasis

A parasite causes the sexually transmitted infection Trichomoniasis. It is commonly called ‘trich’. It usually infects young and sexually active women and the most curable STI. Sexual contact spreads the parasite. Having a vulva-to-vulva and penis-to-vagina intercourse with infected partners can infect a woman. Infected women usually pass the infection to men. Symptoms After 5 […]

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Common Symptoms of STD

Detecting and managing a variety of common STDs is easy when you are armed with the correct information about their symptoms, treatment, and the right place to get help. Information about STDs can go a long way for an infected person to identify the infection before it could progress to a serious phase that could […]

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Things That You Need To Understand About Gonorrhea

A bacterium named Neisseria gonococcus or gonorrhoeae causes the STD/STI or sexually transmitted disease/infection gonorrhea. In street language, it is commonly referred to as ‘the clap’. The vaginal or penis discharges from infected men and women are the usual specimens where the bacteria can be found. The infection is easily transmitted through: Unwashed or uncovered […]

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All About Chlamydia

Chlamydia trachomatis is the name of the bacteria that causes the STD/STI Chlamydia. The cells that make up the mucous membranes which are not covered by the skin are the main spots infected by the bacteria. These will include: Rarely but possible, the throat The surfaces of the endometrium, urethra, cervix, and vagina The eyelid’s […]

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Gonorrhea: A Woman’s Disease

Gonorrhea has been lurking for thousands of years. Dr. Rudolph Kampmeier, an expert in infectious diseases, noticed that among the ancient Greeks, gonorrhea was perceived as the “woman’s disease” that led to “running of the penis.” Throughout history, gonorrhea turned into a marker for STDs, including syphilis, in light of its obvious impact on the […]

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