STD’S zacorbine & David chrisafis
Chlamydia • Chlamydia is a common transmitted disease (STD) • Caused by bacterium • which can damage organs. • Chlamydia also can cause discharge from the penis in a infected man.
how common is Chlamydia • Chlamydia is the most frequently bacterial STD • 1,210,523 were reported with transmitted disease in the U.S • Women frequently get infected if there partner isn’t treated
syphilis • it is a std and can be called ‘‘the great imitator ‘’ • There were over 36,000 causes of syphilis • They occurred in people from ages 20-39 • It is paced person to person through contact with a sore • It can be pasted through vaginal, oral, and anal sex
HPV • HPV is a virus that can be passed on through sex but can cause different symptoms and health problems • It can cause genital warts and cancer • It is mostly pasted by vaginal and oral contact
Herpes • Herpes is a std when symptoms occur one or more blister(s) appear on or around the genitals rectum. • Nationwide, sixteen.2%, or about 1 out of 6, to 14-49 have genital herpes. • There is no treatment for herpes but if you take medication it can cause less out breaks.
Herpes • Can affect the month [oral herpes] or genital herpes. • Easily spread with or without symptoms. • Treatment available for herpes symptoms. • There are ways to reduce herpes
Public lice • Pubic lice are 1.1-1.8 mm in length. • Public lice is found in pubic hair and it feeds the off the blood. • Public lice can be past by sexual contact. • It can be decreased by special shampoo with a chemical to kill of the public lice.
Public lice • Often called crabs • Common symptoms include intense itching • Treatments is available • Easily spread through close contact, including sex play
gonorrhea • Gonorrhea is a bacterium STD that can infect moist areas and reproductive track. • Gonorrhea is a bacterium that can grow and multiply in warm areas. • Gonorrhea can also grow in the mouth, uterus, and the fallopian tubes.
Gonorrhea symptoms • Some men with gonorrhea may have no symptoms, but some men have signs that appear 2-5 days after infection. • Symptoms can last as long as 30 days. • More symptoms are burning in urination, painful swollen, or discharge • In women symptoms are often mild but some don’t get any signs of infection. • If they do it can be bleeding, discharge, or painful urination
NGU • NGU or Non GonococcalUrethritis which is a STD • NGU is a inflammation of the urethra which is not caused by gonorrheal infection. • A cause for NGU is part due to the large variety of organisms living in the urinary track. • A cause of NGU is Chlamydia trachomatis
NGU Symptoms • Symptoms of NGU can cause pain or burning sensation. • More Symptoms are discharge, burning or pain, itching, irritation, or tenderness. • Anal or oral infection. • Treatments are proper antibiotics depending on the strain of the persons symptoms.
PID • PID or pelvic inflammatory disease is a infection in the uterus, fallopian tubes, and other organs. • PID is a STD. • It is estimated that more than 750,000 women experience episodes of acute PID.
PID • PID occurs when bacteria moves upward from the women’s vagina or cervix. • Episodes of PID increases the risk of another episode because there organs may be damaged. • The most likely at risk are women under 25 because the cervix of teens are not fully mature.