Check Out What Might Happen To You If You Don’t Treat STD’s Properly- Doctor Warns

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S3xually Transmitted Diseases or S3xually Transmitted Infections also known as STD’s or STI’s are infections transmitted through sexual contact, caused by bacteria, viruses or parasites and they are passed on from one person to the other. These infections can be minor or they can be very painful, even life threatening.

Some S3xually Transmitted Diseases caused by bacterias are gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia. Parasites: Trichomoniasis is an STI caused by a parasite. Viruses: STIs caused by viruses include HPV , genital herpes and HIV .

Common symptoms of STI’s in females are;

Changes in urination. An STI can be indicated by pain or a burning sensation during urination, the need to pee more frequently, or the presence of blood in the urine. Abnormal vaginal discharge, itching in the vaginal area, pain during sex, abnormal bleeding, rashes or sores.

Common symptoms of STI’s in males are;

Bumps or rashes on the genitals, discharge, discomfort or itching in the penis or testicles, or pain while urinating or ejaculating. This can be mild and easily mistaken for other conditions. Unfortunately, a lack of symptoms doesn’t mean you don’t have an STD.


Here are some common STD’s and how they are treated.

1. Chlamydia.

Once diagnosed, a person can be treated with an antibiotic. If untreated, it can cause serious damage to a woman’s reproductive system. It can make it difficult or impossible to get pregnant.

2. Gonorrhea.

Gonorrhea is treated with antibiotics. If untreated, it can cause serious damage to a woman’s reproductive system. It can make it difficult or impossible to get pregnant. In men, if this is left untreated it may cause urethral stricture.

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3. Syphilis.

Penicillin is a successful treatment. If syphilis is not treated, it can remain in the body for years. It can cause serious problems including paralysis (unable to move body parts), mental disorders, damage to organs and even death.

4. Genital Herpes

There is no known cure for HSV but symptoms can be treated with antiviral medicine.

5. Hepatitis B

There is no known cure for hepatitis B. Still, medications to treat chronic infection will help. Vaccine is the best protection. Acute HBV has no treatment. Chronic HBV is treated with antiviral medicines, interferon treatment, or a liver transplant. Vaccine is the best prevention.

6. Genital Warts

Fortunately, there is a successful vaccine to prevent HPV and genital warts. The vaccine is given to children age 11 or 12, or for people age 20-26. There is no known cure for genital warts but they can be treated with topical ointments. Sometimes they can be removed with minor surgical procedures.

7. Trichomoniasis

Without treatment, the infection can last for months or even years. Women with it may deliver underweight babies. Trichomoniasis can be easily treated with antibiotics.

If you don’t treat STDs properly, it might lead to difficulties having children in the future.

The poorly treated infections can scar and even block the tubes responsible for the passage of eggs and sperms

So treat properly, see a doctor. Test. Protect yourself.


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