One million of new Sexually Transmitted Infections every day: a global emergency according to WHO
Sexually transmitted infections (better known as STI’s to some) are not fun. If you plant to have sex though beware of these infections as they can be pretty worrisome. The disease is transmitted from one person to another via the initial infected person and it will just spread this way. It doesn’t matter what type of sex you have, you can still be infected by some of the STI’s. Sex could be anal, oral, vaginal, or skin to skin in general. The types of infections are as follows and what exactly they are briefly. Viruses, parasites and/or bacterial infections will cause the most common ones that I have listed below.
Human Papillomavirus Infection
It will leave warts on your body but it all depends on the exact type of strain it is. The doctor can tell you the strain and give you the next step in the diagnosis and treatment.
This is one that can result in fertility especially left untreated. You can get it by having sex, and involves a bacterial infection. Get this taken care of right away with Zithromax in Australia if you want children in your life.
This is a common one, and the symptoms are the least noticeable. In fact you, just might not experience any of them. Consider yourself luckiest if you have this one but at the same time it is still not good to get. You don’t want to infect others. So you might want to go get checked our regardless if you have it or not to not spread the disease to others.
Another common one to experience. This time the symptoms are fairly noticeable with pain and the presence of warts. You don’t want to wait til get this checked out, especially if you want to have kids later in life.
This will start off with a bacterial infection just like Gonorrhea but there will be a sore that is fairly painful. If it seems to be a sore that is sexually transmitted then sometimes it is best to get that checked out for sure.
HIV and Aids
An infection of the sexual kind that is not going to let you fight off other infections and the seemingly worst one of all to get. People have been known to die from it but there are medications to keep it under control. There have been cases of getting HIV through kissing and even through open sores but this is very rare and should not be as worrisome as having unprotected sex with someone with AIDS or HIV.
Protection is Key
When having sex the biggest and best way to avoid coming in contact with a person who can spread these diseases to you is to use protection. I can’t stress that enough. The best protection is a condom, and it should not be disregarded especially if you don’t know the person very well.
How Long Could You Have the STI
It depends on each one. Some of them will be with you for the rest of your life even if you don’t have anymore symptoms. Then you have others that will be gone within a week or so but still be in your system. The worst one to get is HIV which is always there and can have symptoms that are deadly. In this day and age there are medications that can help with it and make you able to join the world and resume activities. But monitoring your health should be mandatory. And you should always tell your partner what STI’s you have even if you risk rejection or feel embarrassed.
In some cases if the love is actually really there your partner will understand. That is how you know you are really loved. But overall take care of yourself and be mindful of your diet and exercise to ward off the disease getting worse.
Are Symptoms Different in Men Than They Are in Women
There are not many real differences because of the nature of the design of our private parts. Women can get itching and bleeding around the vagina for example whereas men will also get discharges and bleeding from the penis or swollen testicles. Otherwise the bumpy sores and the pain is about the same for both sexes as well.
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