There are not very positive beliefs - "Teared Mirror - Waiting for Disappointment!" "Teared Teeth - Will be Great, Well, or a Little Shame!" But when a condom breaks, you think - a better mirror would have been better! The dermatovenerologist Arun Koctic, a subsidiary of “Mens Health Company., “Dermatology Clinic” tells about STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) and their manifestations.
Gonorrhea - usually begins with the appearance of green-white discharge from the urethra, painful urination. Release occurs approximately one week after infection. There is also a hidden form when the discharge is low and the burning sensation after urination is weak. The most dangerous thing is that your partner, without treatment, can cause infertility, impotence to you.
Urogenital Chlamydiosis - Signs of disease are not pronounced and limited to slightly painful urination and reddening of the urethra to the penis head. Without treatment of the disease, there may be pain during intercourse, impotence is also possible. Chlamydiosis can cause infertility to your partner.
Trichomoniasis - signs of disease minimal, similar to chlamydia.
Ureaplasmosis or mycoplasmosis - usually without any marked symptoms, but negatively affects other urological or STD treatments.
Syphilis - the disease begins with the appearance of a red, painless ulcer on the penis head, testicle bag or mouth. After several weeks, this ulcer heals and a skin rash appears. The disease passes into a chronic form and may result in brain malfunction or even death.
Angiogenic Herpes Virus Infection - The disease begins with painful blisters, ulcers on the genitals, enlarged, sensitive groin lymph nodes. This infection is most often transmitted during sexual contact when the disease itself occurs, or an outbreak of the disease. Very many people are carriers of herpes viruses without certain manifestations of the disease. If you have a strong immune system, they may not get sick or infect your partner. Unfortunately, an angiogenic herpes is not 100% curable, medication is commonly used in acute illness.
Vaginal warts or genital warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which is usually transmitted through sexual contact. They look like fringe growths or as a raised wrinkle. They are localized to the genitals and the anus. This area has an unpleasant itching and burning sensation.
Candylomas are relatively easy to treat, but the warts can recover. Unfortunately, getting rid of the warts does not mean that the resulting HPV has also been destroyed, but it reduces the chance of getting sex partners. Unfortunately, HVP can cause external genital skin and cervical cancer.
Symptoms of hepatitis B, C are associated with worsening of the general feeling of feeling tired, nausea, vomiting, insomnia, itching of the skin, dark urine, faeces, jaundice (may start from whites of the eyes and take over the whole body skin). However, the disease can also occur without any signs. Hepatitis B, hepatitis C, is an inflammation of the liver caused by a virus that spreads through contact with fluids from the infected human body. Infection occurs more often by contact with blood, but sperm, saliva, vaginal secretions, and other human biological fluids can also contain the hepatitis virus, potentially potentially dangerous.
HIV is a human immunodeficiency virus that multiplies by destroying the blood cells that are responsible for the immune system and causes increased immune weakness. Its symptoms are not related to the genital organs, but the presence of this infection may be evidenced by loss of appetite, slimming, fatigue, reduced working capacity, fever, high temperature, severe night sweats, skin changes, chronic diarrhea, susceptibility to infectious diseases, increased lymph nodes. AIDS or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome occurs as a result of the development of HIV infection. Infection occurs when infected human blood, secretions from the genital organs (semen, secretion, secreted before ejaculation, vaginal secretion) and breast milk (infants), reach the other person's body. Infection with HIV can be from a single sexual contact with an infected partner!