List Of Common STD Symptoms

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There are different types of STDs prevalent today and they are brought about by viruses, bacteria, parasites, and other microorganisms. If you are worried about getting these infections, you have to be prepared and educate yourselves about the most common STD symptoms to know if it is time to get tested. Weird discharge from the

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What Are The Common Oral STD Signs And Symptoms?

Oral STD transmission is very common nowadays. If you engaged in oral sex with someone who has an STD, you are very likely to contract the same STD and suffer from different signs and symptoms. Here are some examples: Syphilis (caused by bacterium) Red rashes on the skin Reddish or dark brown sores in different

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Hepatitis – Symptoms, Testing, And Treatment

Common Hepatitis Symptoms – diarrhea – loss of appetite (which may lead to anorexia) – malaise – headache – fever – abdominal pain – joint and muscle pains – vomiting – nausea – darker urine – clay-colored stool – yellowing of the skin and mucus membranes – weight loss – fatigue – edema – weakness

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A Guide To Gonorrhea Awareness Part 2

4. From mother to baby A pregnant woman who has gonorrhea may pass the infection on to her baby during child birth. She should undergo gonorrhea testing as early as possible to be able to receive the correct treatment right away and avoid transmitting the infection to her baby. Who can get infected with gonorrhea?

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A Guide To Gonorrhea Awareness Part 1

Gonorrhea, pronounced as gone-uh-REE-yuh, is a very prevalent and widespread sexually-transmitted disease. It can cause various problems and complications if not detected and treated right away. What causes gonorrhea? Gonorrhea is caused by a certain type of bacterium that can thrive in the moist and warm areas of the reproductive system, such as the fallopian

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Should You Get An STD Test?

STDs, or sexually transmitted diseases, are quite prevalent nowadays. Every year, it appears that more and more people get infected with these, and that is not a good thing to happen. People need to educate themselves and become aware of these infections to be able to effectively protect themselves. One thing they can do is

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Common STD Risk Factors Part 2

If you want to protect yourself against STDs, it is a must that you know what factors increase the risk of you contracting them. Here are some more examples of risk factors that increase the chances of getting infected with STDs: Having been forced to engage in sex Assault or rape is a very delicate

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How To Detect, Test, And Cure Gonorrhea Part 2

How is gonorrhea detected? The most efficient way to detect gonorrhea is to get a gonorrhea test. There are different ways to test for gonorrhea, and here are some examples: – by providing a urine sample – by taking swab samples from the urethra, rectum, throat, or cervix – by collecting swab sampels from the

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How To Detect, Test, And Cure Gonorrhea Part 1

What is gonorrhea? Gonorrhea is a common STD, or sexually-transmitted disease, that is caused by bacterium. Also known as clap, it can infect males and females and thrive in the reproductive tract, as well as in the eyes, throat, skin, rectum, blood, and joints. How can a person contract gonorrhea? There are many different ways

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What Complications Can Chlamydia Cause?

Chlamydia can lead to some serious and severe complications if not detected and treated right away. Here are the most common long-term problems that Chlamydia can cause: Females 1. Salpingitis This results in the inflammation of the fallopian tubes, making it very hard for an egg cell to go from the ovary to the uterus.

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