The List of all STDs and STIs

The List of STDs and STIs

There are several known sexually transmitted diseases ( STDs or STIs ). It is a disease that is usually spread through sexual contact. When there’s a connection between two people, this kind of disease known as an STD can be transmitted.

STIs are still very difficult to catch, because it takes an approximation to spread them.
There are several factors that make his illnesses very widespread anyway. In some case, people either don’t know how to treat them or just don’t know they have this kind of disease.

Some sexually transmitted diseases cause no visible symptoms, but can greatly weaken the system. Even without symptoms, the infected person can be contagious.

Sexually transmitted diseases and infections are contaminations that are passed starting with one individual then onto the next amid vaginal, butt, and oral sex.

They’re extremely normal, and heaps of individuals who have them don’t have any indications. Sexually transmitted diseases can be risky, yet fortunately getting tried is no major ordeal, and most STDs are anything but difficult to treat.

Here’s a list of all the STD and STI, you can click on the tittle to watch the article about that subject.

The more common STIs & STDs :

Trichomoniasis

  • Trichomoniasis is one of the most popular sexual infections. It has a tiny parasite that’s spread by sexual contact.
  • Woman and men can get trichomonas infection, but the woman has way more problems with that STIs.
  • Women can have major problems if they have this infection while pregnancy.

Human Papillomavirus(HPV) and Genital Warts

  • They are over 100 different kinds of infections. Most of them are harmless and can be cured itself with some time, under 2 years.
  • Most of the time, you will see some bumps or warts around the genitals. Some rarer strains of HPV can cause cancer, currently there’s no cure for HPV but you can prevent it by many ways.

Herpes

  • This infection is really popular, currently there are two versions of those STIs. HSV-1 and HSV-2. The most popular is the HSV-1, also called cold sore or fever blister.
  • This infection is really contagious since it can spread with only a contact skin to skin. Many people around the world have this infection without any sign of symptoms.
  • More than 50 percent of the people in the United States have the HSV-1 Infection.
  • In the United States, an estimated 87.4% of 14 to 49-year-olds are infected with HSV-2 (genital herpes) but they have never received a clinical diagnosis.
  • Most of the time, the symptoms of genital herpes are mild or even unnoticed.

Gonorrhea

  • Gonorrhea is another common sexually transmitted disease. Most of people call it “the clap” and it affects many people all around the world.
  • This STD can be treated but cause serious problem in the body if untreated. It can lead to another disease by example for women. Pelvic inflammatory disease can occur when the gonorrhea affects their uterus or fallopian tubes.
  • You could have gonorrhea and chlamydia in the same time, make sure to go see a doctor if you are unsure of your symptoms.

Chlamydia

  • This STIs can be passed to another person when they have sex without a condom or by sharing sex toys. Even if you don’t have any symptoms, you could infect your sexual partner.
  • Chlamydia is caused by a bacteria, known as Chlamydia Trachomatis. Most of the time, the infected person will not have any symptoms. Having the chlamydia can increase the risk of getting HIV.
  • Most of the STI and STD test will require a urine sample.

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)

  • Bacterial vaginosis is not really an STI or STD, but it is characterized by some vaginal discharge. It results from an overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina.
  • This infection is not dangerous, but can lead to disturbing symptoms. The major symptoms are vaginal discharge, vaginal Oder and pain.
  • The risk factor to catch the bacterial vaginosis is: Multiple sexual partners, recent use of antibiotics or cigarette smoking.

The less common :

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  • June 8, 2019 at 8:37 am
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    Hey folks,

    Tests for Sexually transmited illnesses (STI) may test for a solitary contamination, or comprise of various separate tests for any of a wide scope of STIs.

    No method tests for every single presumed pathogen.
    – the sexual history,
    – the sort of contamination suspected.
    Just to give you one model, let us take the case of gonorrhea.

    In asymptomatic hetero men (those without urethral release), a culture of urethral example is perfect. On the off chance that urethral example is absurd, at that point, the pee is tried in a perfect world by nucleic corrosive enhancement test (NAAT). Societies from the oropharynx isn’t prescribed.

    On account of asymptomatic men who have intercourse with men (MSM), NAAT (if urethral example not accessible) and for oropharynx and rectum, societies are suggested. A urinary or urethral culture may not uncover an oropharyngeal disease. An individual can clearly have a gonococcal oropharyngeal contamination without a urethritis. Everything comes down to sexual inclinations and practices!.
    Good karma!

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