Types of Venereal Diseases

Having sex with partners mutually and ignorance in maintaining the health of genitals is the main factor that causes venereal disease. Here are the types of venereal disease you should be aware of:

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Gonorrhea & Chlamydia
Caused by bacteria. Infection begins a few days to several weeks after sexual intercourse with an infected person. In men, it causes a discharge from the male genitalia. Urination can be painful. These symptoms may feel heavy or does not taste at all. Symptoms of gonorrhea in women is usually very mild or not felt at all, but if untreated the disease can be severe and cause infertility. The disease can be cured with antibiotics if treated early.

Herpes
Caused by a virus, treatable but not curable. Symptoms appear between 3 to 10 days after having sex with this disease. Early symptoms appear as blisters which then opens into a small hole and watery. In 5 to 10 days the symptoms disappear. Viruses remain in the body and can arise again something when, and sometimes frequently. Women often do not realize that he was suffering from herpes because of blisters occur in the vagina.

Fungus Infections
Caused by the fungus. Causing the red irritation under the skin of a man who is not circumcised. In women going out of thick white fluid that causes intense itching. Can be treated with antifungal creams.

Syphilis
Caused by bacteria. The lesions appeared between 3 weeks to 3 months after having sex with this disease. The wound looks like a hole in the skin with a higher edge. In general, do not feel sick. The wound will disappear after a few weeks, but the virus will remain in the body and illness can appear in the form of blisters on the entire body. These blisters will disappear too, and the virus will attack the other body parts. Syphilis can be cured at each stage with penicillin. In women lesions can be hidden in the vagina.

Vaginitis
Infection of the vagina that usually causes vaginal discharge that smells and cause discomfort. Caused by various types of bacteria (bacteria gonorrhea, chlamydia) or fungi. It can also be caused by various bacteria that are harmless to settle on the vagina. Can be investigated by examining the vaginal fluid under a microscope. In most cases can be cured with proper medication according to the cause.

Boils On or genital HPV
Caused by a virus (Human Papilloma Virus or HPV). It comes in the form of one or more sores or lumps between a month until a year after having sex with the disease. In general, can not be seen in women because it is located in the vagina, or on men for being too small. Can be tested with a layer of vinegar. Can have serious repercussions on women because it can cause cervical cancer. Genital ulcers can be cured, she must run a pap smear every time you change an intimate partner.

Flea Sex
Very small (less than or equal to 1 / 8 inch), brownish-gray colored, settled on pubic hair. Can be cured with medicine liquid rubbed on the hair sex.

Under the Skin Lice
Similar to genital lice, but smaller in size and settle under the skin. Cause small wounds and itching all over body. Treated with liquid medicine  throughout the body. Clothing, linen and towels should be washed after treatment, because lice can live on these fabrics.

AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) / HIV Disease
Disease due to sex the most serious, causing no operation of the immune system. There are no real symptoms without blood research. Can cause death after ten years after infection with the HIV virus, but treatment has been found. Spread through sexual intercourse and the use of hypodermic needles at the same time

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