Sexually Transmitted Disease

Infections or illnesses known as sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be acquired by any form of sexual activity involving your mouth, anus, vagina, or penis. STIs are also referred to as STDs, or sexually transmitted illnesses. STIs come in a variety of forms. Burning, itching, or discharge in your genital area are the most typical symptoms. As certain STIs are asymptomatic, you might not experience any symptoms. The good news is that most STI therapies, though not all of them, can treat the infection. Even if you receive treatment to cure it, you can contract a STI again.

  • Pelvic inflammatory disease
  • Tertiary syphilis
  • Cancer
  •  Genital warts

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