STD, What is Sexually Transmitted Diseases & Infections

STD - United States (on September 07, 2014 10:07 AM)

STD is the abbreviation of sexually transmitted diseases; it can be easily transmitted from one sex partner to another sex partner without safe sex practices guidelines, if you have sex relationship with your sex partner having the history of multiple sex partners.


 

STD can be easily transmitted to you from infected partners don't matter he/she is guy, straight, single or married, you will be the victim of STI(sexually transmitted infection) & STD symptoms will soon appear in case of contractual relationship of oral, vaginal and anal sex.

 

List of Common STD Diseases are Listed Below

 

Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Trichomoniasis, HIV, Hepatitis, Genital Herpes, Syphilis, yeast & Fungus infections, Scabies, Pubic ‘Crab Lice’, Pelvic Inflammatory Diseases (PID), Chancroid, Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Genital Warts, Lymphogranuloma Venereum(LGV) and Molluscum Contagiosum.

 

Safe sex is very important to reduce the risk of STD that’s why most often doctors & health professors highly recommend using condoms during sex to avoid the risk of STI and transmission of sexually transmitted diseases. Although condom is highly effective to reduce STD but keep in mind that this method is not hundred percent safe and foolproof.

 

In US research institutes publications show that risk of STD is likely more common is teen age group compare to mature age group so it is vital how to reduce sexually transmitted diseases in teen ages and protect it.

 

You should understand that STD must be treated, if you feel any symptoms of STD then immediately visit your doctor who will diagnose the STD and correct treatment will be recommended.

 

After proper testing from STD lab, doctor will recommend the appropriate medication to get rid of sexual transmitted diseases; STD can be easily treated in early stages while if you prolong the treatment or untreated then long term time is required to be treated.

 

Once you are diagnosed the victim of STD disease, you must inform your sex partner so he/she will also evaluated and get treated. Importantly untreated STD will stimulate the risk of HIV which is life threating risk, it happens when sexually transmitted diseases are not treated and this will weaken the immune response in the genital areas and cause of sores & increase the risk of HIV infection, in some cases STD will also damage the fertility in men and particularly in women partially or permanently.

 

STD Can be Asymtomatic 

 

Unprotected sexual relations leads to STD which will causes the symptoms, but often it has been seen that STI without any symptoms or asymptomatic. Infected partner of STD without any symptoms or signs can easily pass the infection to your sex partner.

 

Thus use protection during sex by using condom and visit your doctor on regular intervals for STI/STD testing and screening because some viruses or bacterial diseases can easily transmitted without intercourse like Hepatitis, Genital Herpes, Syphilis, yeast & Fungus infections from body to body contact, intimate activity, tiny cuts, tears in anal areas and genitals.

 

Some of activities which can increase the chances of STD (sexual transmitted diseases)

 

Sex Practices in Young Age: It has been noticed that intercourse or sex activities in young age group increase the risk of STD without protection, particularly teen agers should learn a lot how to go for safe sex to avoid the greater chances of sexually infected.

 

Many Sex Partners: sexual contact with multiple sex partners or your partner who have many sex partners are under high threat of get infected, not only intercourse but any kind of intimate activity.

 

Unsafe Sex Activities: if you are engaged in sex relationship which is unsafe or unprotected, of course you are the victim of STD, so use condom to reduce the risk of STD as well birth control rate.

 

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