Types of sexually transmitted disease
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STDs are very common. STDs can mostly be prevented by not having sex. If you do have sex, you can lower your risk by using condoms and being in a sexual relationship with a partner who does not have an STD. STDs do not always cause symptoms, so it is possible to have an infection and not know it.
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Sexually Transmitted Diseases - Information from CDC
There is also a high resolution version for printing. New fact sheet provides the three steps you can take if you were recently diagnosed with gonorrhea or chlamydia, including resources to help you talk to your partner. Sexual Health and Your Patients: It features tables and charts to help providers easily find key information, and was pre-tested with primary care providers.
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What you need to know about STDs
Trichomoniasis Trichomonas vaginalis , colloquially known as "trich" Main types Sexually transmitted infections include: Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. In women, symptoms may include abnormal vaginal discharge, burning during urination, and bleeding in between periods, although most women do not experience any symptoms. PID can cause serious problems during pregnancy and even has the potential to cause infertility.
Human immunodeficiency virus HIV attacks the immune system, leaving its host much more vulnerable to infections and diseases. If the virus is left untreated, the susceptibility to infection worsens. HIV can be found in semen, blood, breast milk, and vaginal and rectal fluids. HIV can be transmitted through blood-to-blood contact, sexual contact, breast-feeding, childbirth, the sharing of equipment to inject drugs, such as needles and syringes, and, in rare instances, blood transfusions. With treatment, the amount of the virus present within the body can be reduced to an undetectable level.