Other than abstinence, this method of contraception can be used to effectively prevent HIV and other STIs when used consistently and correctly.
An STI that can cause intense pelvic pain, irregular bleeding, painful intercourse, scarring of the fallopian tubes and infertility.
What you should do if you or your partner has any of the following: unusual discharge, pelvic pain, itching, abnormal bleeding, sores, bumps or blisters in the mouth, genital or anal region
An STI that usually has no symptoms but can cause abnormal discharge, burning during urination, irregular bleeding, fever or nausea.
An STI with small, painless reddish-brown lesions that attacks the body in 3 stages and can cause permanent body damage if left untreated.
If left untreated, this STI is the leading cause of infertility and ectopic pregnancies.
The most frequently reported sexually transmitted infection in the United States.
Commonly known as “The Clap,” this STI can cause abnormal discharge, burning during urination and pain during intercourse.
One of the oldest STI’s and once considered a curse from an angry god, this STI still affects over 30,000 people a year in the United States.
A viral STI that can cause small, cauliflower-like, itchy bumps that can appear on the genital or anal regions.
A viral STI that can cause flu-like symptoms, pus-filled small, painful blisters on the mouth or genitals that burn or itch before they appear.
People who have syphilis, genital herpes, Chlamydia, gonorrhea, or bacterial vaginosis are at greater risk for getting this viral STI during sex with an infected partner.
This STI is known to cause cervical cancer and may play a role in cancer of the vagina, anus, or penis.
A viral STI that can cause flu-like symptoms, tiredness, yellowish skin and may cause permanent liver damage.
Treatment of STI can include burning, freezing or laser treatment of each individual lesion.