December 25th, 2017

Infected with an std?

The Johns Hopkins Complete Home Guide To Symptoms & Remedies states the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calculate that 40 million inhabitants are contaminated with sexually transmitted diseases. These diseases can be transferred when no visible signs exist. Some men, women, and teenagers transfer the disease consciously, while others are oblivious. It is more easily transferred from men to women; nevertheless, infected women may transfer STD's to babies during childbirth, with the likelihood of blindness, retardation, or death. Sexually transmitted diseases in children may be evidence of sexual abuse. Contact child or adult protective services in your state if you suspect sexual abuse. These diseases are transferred through sexual relations be it consensual, rape, oral and anal. The individual is infected after exposure to blood, semen, genital secretion, blisters, sores, saliva, and breast milk. Practice preventive measures such as safe intercourse, using condoms, monogamous relationships, and complete abstinence if you suspect your partner is promiscuous or infected with diseases, to cease the transmission of diseases.

All diseases must be properly diagnosed. These diseases can cause death, male and female infertility, epididymitis in men, affecting their urethras, and Pelvic Inflammatory Diseases which stir from untreated diseases of the internal female reproductive organs. All partners must be notified and treated if infected. Treatment is based upon severity and stage of the disease. Doctor's treatment may include oral or pill form, injections, creams, laser surgery, and complete abstinence until cured. Disregarding your doctor's orders can repeatedly infect innocent partners. Careful observance of your body can detect diseases in early stages. Pay special attention to fevers, genital odors, green/yellow discharge, painful urination, pus, vaginal bleeding, weight loss, loss of appetite, irregular bowel habits, rashes, warts, lice, lesions, abdominal cramping or pain, chills and sweats, swollen lymph nodes, a general ill feeling, personality changes, and beyond. While there are many sexually transmitted diseases, these particular diseases have plagued our world for decades now: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), the final phase of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Genital Herpes Simplex II, Genital Warts, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Vaginal Trichomoniasis, Hepatitis, Scabies, Cancroids' and Crabs.

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