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Dealing with STDs

Dealing with STDs is a common problem especially with young generation. If we know how to protect ourselves STDs are not that big a problem. Everybody knows how to use condoms during sex, but it is not just daily usage of condoms that is important, there are lots of other things we are not noticing about our partner that can be important. It doesn’t matter if you are male or female some of the most important things are:

  • washing hangs
  • showering

Of course this things are very simple but very important. If the partner doesn’t wash his hands and touches your genitals bacteria will settled . Especially for woman after few days or weeks she will notice white discharge and that’s the first sign that something wrong is going on.Sexually transmitted disease (STD s)  in many cases like 90% are transmitted during sexual intercourse. That doesn’t mean you can not relay on other possibilities like not using the public toilet, or wiping with a foreign cloth .

It doesn’t mater if you married or single even gay or heterosexual if you even think that you may have std s for shore you have to see a doctor. It is nothing scary most of the diseases are treatable, maybe for some of them treatment if little bit longer but after that sex is so much better. Here are few more often and important STDs :

  • Chlamidia
  • Micoplazma and Ureoplazma 
  • Trichomoniasis

All of them are related with non protected sexual intercourse.  The symptoms don’t occur  right away, usually first symptom occurs after two or tree weeks especially when it is about : chlamydia , micoplazma, ureoplazma and trihomoniasis. Here are some of the symptoms :

Chlamidia symptoms 

It is bacterial disease of your genital tract. There are no symptoms at the begining and ther apear after tree weeks. Is it very dificult to detect in the early stage.

  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Vaginal disharge
  • Pain during urination
  • Pain during sexual intercourse or bleeding after sex

Chlamidia can be transferred by non protected sexual intercourse, mom-baby during vaginal childbirth and very rare case is transferring the infection with  fingers from the genital to the eyes.

How to test it?

  • Urine sample can be sent in laboratory
  • A swab can be taken from the vagina and also can be sent in laboratory (for woman)
  • A swab can be taken from the penis but it is very painful and usually they only give urine sample (for man).

Mycoplasma and ureoplasma 

Mycoplasma and ureoplasma are very common organisams and usually the tests are for bouth bacterias. Also there are no symptoms for many cases, you can not even know that you have it  but here are some them if they apear:

  • vaginal itching
  • pain during intercourse
  • lover abdominal pain

How to test it?

  • Urine sample
  • A swab can be taken from vagina for woman or penis from man.

Trichomonas vaginalis

It is a parasite that lives on the anal opening. It is transmitted by non protected sexual intercourse and with improperly deleting rectum. The symptoms are:

  • Redness on the vulva
  • Vaginal discharge
  • Vaginal Ph above

How to test it ?

  • Urine sample
  • A swab can be taken from vagina for woman or penis from man.
Do i have to tell my partner about ?Well if the test is positive for each one of  STD s  diseases it is very important to talk with your partner. Maybe he also can be positive for each one of this disease and can be treated to. Trust is maintained between doctor and patients .

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