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STD - Sexually Transmitted Diseases



Papilloma Virus (HPV)

What is - definition

STDs, also known as venereal diseases, are sexually transmitted diseases. They are infectious and transmitted through sexual intercourse.

How to avoid

The best way to prevent contamination by infectious agents that cause STDs is still the use of condoms, which in addition to preventing contamination, also prevents their spread.

Regardless of whether the person is monogamous or not, condom use should be indispensable, as it is known that these diseases have increased as a result of occasional contamination of a partner.

Contagion and main problems caused

It is through condomless sexual contact that many infectious diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms reach many people.

Many of these diseases, whether they look dangerous or not, can spread throughout the body if not properly treated.

Some STDs leave sequelae such as infertility, neonatal infections, fetal malformations or cervical cancer.

Major STDs

The names of some sexually transmitted diseases are: AIDS or AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome), Syphilis, Gonorrhea, HPV, Genital Herpes, Acuminate Condyloma, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), etc.

IMPORTANT: The information on this page is only a source for research and school work. Therefore, they should not be used for medical advice. To do so, see a doctor for advice and proper treatment.