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  1. STD’s Sexually Transmitted Diseases

  2. Anytime you see this picture, there is a very graphic slide with CDC photos coming up on the next slide!

  3. REMEMBER… You can still have the STD and spread it even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  4. You can still have the STD and spread it even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  5. Chlamydia in Travis County Chlamydia is the most frequently reported bacterial STD in the United States with more than one million cases reported to CDC in 2010. Chlamydia is known as a "silent" disease because the majority of infected people have no symptoms. If untreated, chlamydia infections can progress to serious reproductive and other health problems with both short-term and long-term consequences Travis County recorded 5,902 new cases of chlamydia in 2010. In 2010, the majority of reported chlamydia cases (82%) were diagnosed among people 15 to 34 years old. 71% were females. Blacks and Hispanics had the highest rates of chlamydia over the past decade in Travis County.

  6. Gonorrhea in Travis County Gonorrhea is the second most commonly reported disease in the United States. Travis County reported 1,452 new cases of gonorrhea in 2010. Gonorrhea is most frequently reported among males. Blacks have consistently had the highest rates of gonorrhea over the past decade in Travis County. In 2010, the majority of reported gonorrhea cases (74%) were diagnosed among people 15 to 29 years old; 83% among people aged 15 to 34.

  7. Chlamydia in Women Not all cases of CHLAMYDIA will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  8. (Cervix)

  9. Chlamydia in Men Not all cases of CHLAMYDIA will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  10. (Penis)

  11. Gonorrhea in Women Not all cases of GONORRHEA will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  12. (Cervix)

  13. Gonorrhea in Men Not all cases of GONORRHEA will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  14. (Penis)

  15. You can still have the STD and spread it even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  16. Trichomonas in Women Not all cases of TRICHOMONAS will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  17. (Cervix)

  18. Trichomonas Not all cases of TRICHOMONAS will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  19. (Back of Mouth)

  20. (1st stage) (2nd stage) (1st stage) (2nd stage) You can still have the STD and spread it even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  21. Syphilis in Travis County Syphilis has often been called "the great imitator" because so many of the signs and symptoms are indistinguishable from those of other diseases Syphilis can be treated at any stage of the disease, but if left untreated can be fatal. Travis County reported 83 new cases of primary and secondary syphilis in 2010. Primary and secondary syphilis is most frequently reported among males. In 2010, 86% of reported cases were male Since 2003, there have been marked increases in the syphilis rates in the Black population At the beginning of the decade, cases were most frequently seen in 25-29 year olds. In 2010, that remained true, however there have been increases in every age group over 14 years old.

  22. Syphilis Rashes and Sores Not all cases of SYPHILIS will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  23. Syphilis Sores Syphilis Rash

  24. Syphilis in Men Not all cases of SYPHILIS will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  25. Syphilis (Penis) (Outside of the Vagina)

  26. You can still have the STD and spread it even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  27. HIV in Travis County In 2010, Travis County reported 197 new diagnosis of HIV. In 2010 males accounted for 86% of the total HIV cases. In 2010 in Travis County, Whites/Other made up 48% while Blacks comprised 24% and Hispanics comprised 28% of new HIV diagnoses. Although the majority of reported HIV cases each year are Whites/Other, over time the highest rate of cases are among Blacks. By age group, HIV diagnoses peak in persons under 30 years old.

  28. AIDS in Travis County In 2010, Travis County reported 87 newly diagnosed cases of AIDS. 85% of the newly diagnosed AIDS cases were male. 43% were Whites/Other. In 2010, the rate of AIDS cases among males was over five times higher than the rate of AIDS cases among females In 2010, the rate of AIDS cases among Blacks was four times higher than the rate of AIDS cases among Whites/Other and almost three times higher than the rate of AIDS cases among Hispanics By age group, AIDS diagnosis peaks in persons in their 30s. It is likely that the people being diagnosed with AIDS in their 30s were actually infected during their 20s.

  29. You can still have the STD and spread it even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  30. Oral Herpes Not all cases of HERPES will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  31. Herpes Simplex 1 (Oral)

  32. Genital Herpes Not all cases of HERPES will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  33. Herpes Simplex 2 (Genital) (Penis) (Outside of the Vagina)

  34. You can still have the STD and spread it even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  35. HPV Warts in Men Not all cases of HPV will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  36. HPV (Penis)

  37. HPV Warts in Women Not all cases of HPV will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  38. (Outside of Vagina)

  39. ANAL WARTS Not all cases of HPV will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  40. (Anal Warts)

  41. Cervical Cancer Not all cases of Cervical Cancer will look like this! You can still have the STD even if NO SYMPTOMS APPEAR!

  42. Not all types of HPV cause Cervical Cancer!