Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Non-Viral STIs

\r\n Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), also known as sexually transmitted infections or STIs, are very common. STDs don’t always cause symptoms or may only cause mild symptoms, so it is possible to have an infection and not know it. If you are diagnosed with an STD, know that all can be treated with medicine and some can be cured entirely. Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis, Herpes, HIV/AIDS, Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection, Syphilis are some of the most common and most prevalent sexually transmitted diseases. Non-bacterial, non-viral organisms that can cause disease in humans include fungi, protozoa, helminths. The most important STD within this category will be discussed in this section, trichomoniasis. Nonviral infections are of special concern in young populations and have more serious consequences in women than in men. With perinatal exposure, newborns are at risk for both minor and major complications, including congenital anomalies, mental impairment, and death. If nonviral STIs are detected early, they can be treated, transmission to others can be eliminated, and sequelae can be averted. Appropriate emotional support and effective counseling are important components of infection management.

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