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  1. Sexually Transmitted Diseases By: Caleb Kuri & Chris Vallejo

  2. Herpes Herpes type 1 (oral herpes) Herpes type 2 (genital herpes) Herpes type 2 is transmitted through vaginal or anal sex. Herpes creates painful sores for men and women on both areas around mouth and genital areas. There isn’t a cure for herpes but the is a suppressant, herpes appears briefly but then disappears and it can be transmitted the most when blisters are showing. • Herpes type 1 is transmitted through oral sex or sores on the skin. • Herpes type 1 can be spread through kissing and sharing objects. • Some symptoms of Herpes are cold sores in the lip or white mold on the tongue.

  3. Herpes type 1 Herpes type 1 Herpes type 2 Herpes type 2

  4. Pubic lice • Pubic lice are Parisitic insects found in the pubic area or genital area. • Not everyone that has pubic lice. some signs are unexplained rashes and intense itching. • Treatment: a lice killing lotion can be used to treat pubic lice. The treatment is available over-the-counter in local drugstores or pharmacies.

  5. Chlamydia • Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease which can damage a girl’s reproductive organs. • Most symptoms of Chlamydia are mild or absent but some are irreversible. • For men Chlamydia can cause discharge which is a greenish yellowish or a clear liquid that comes out of the penis. • Chlamydia can be treated by antibiotics. A single does per week or twice daily.

  6. Gonorrhea • Gonorrhea is a STD that grows and multiplies in warm areas like the cervix , uterus, fallopian tubes. Also in the urethra in both women and men. It can also grow in the mouth, throat, eyes and anus. • Gonorrhea is spread through contact with the penis, vagina, mouth or anus. Gonorrhea can also be transmitted with the person having to ejaculate. The mother can spread Gonorrhea to the baby during delivery. • Some men with gonorrhea might have no symptoms at all although symptoms may be a burning sensation while urinating or a white, yellow and green discharge from the penis. Sometimes men with gonorrhea could get painful or swollen testicles. • Some women with gonorrhea may experience burning sensation when urinating, increased vaginal discharge or bleeding when in between periods. • There are antibiotics people can take to help prevent gonorrhea but they need to be tested, a simple urine example could be used to diagnose it. (Gonorrhea In throat)

  7. HPV • Hpv can be transmitted with any kind of genital contact with someone who has Hpv sex is not necessary. Many people who have Hpv do not know it. It can also infect the mouth and throat. • Most people don’t develop symptoms or health problems. The immune system clears the body of Hpv within two years. Some cases can cause genital warts in males and females and can also cause warts in the throat. • There are no cures for Hpv but there is treatments for the symptoms of Hpv.

  8. Non-GonococcalUrethritis (NGU) • NGU is an infection of the urethra caused by pathogens (germs) other than gonorrhea. • This STD can be transmitted through oral, anal or vaginal sex with person that is infected. • Some symptoms of NGU is discharge from the penis, burning or pain when urinating, itching irritation or tenderness. • The treatment for NGU are the antibiotics.

  9. Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) • PID is a infection in the women’s pelvic area, in the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries and cervix. • A women can get pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) if germs move up her vagina and infect her pelvic organs. It can be sexually transmitted but could take months to appear. • Some signs of PID could be painful sex, painful urination, vaginal discharge or irregular periods. • PID can be treated with antibiotics.

  10. Syphilis • Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease which is also called the great imitator because it shows many signs and symptoms of other diseases. • Syphilis can be spread through direct contact with sores on external genitals, vagina, anus or in the rectum. • Usually people don’t get any symptoms for years.For the first stage there is a single sore called a chancre that multiplies into many more and go throughout the entire body.The second stage is when there is a skin rash in areas around the body the rash doesn’t itch though, there could be swollen lymph glands, soar throat, headaches and weight loss.The last stage there is no symptoms and signs but it’s still there. The disease may damage the eyes, nerves, brain, heart and blood vessels enough to cause death. • Some things diagnose syphilis by examining material from a chancre and kill it off.

  11. Syphilis second stage 2 Syphilis first stage 1 Syphilis stage 3