STD of Sexually Transmitted Diseases is the medical term used to refer a condition which is acquired usually from sexual contacts. The bacteria or organisms causing STD usually transmitted from one person to another during sexual contacts and pass. It passes in semen, blood, vaginal and other fluids. STD can also be passed to another person without sexual acts like from mother to infant in the phase of pregnancy, shared needles and blood transfusions. STD can be acquired even from healthy people who are not aware of the virus. The condition doesn’t show any symptoms and this is the reason why diagnosing it in an early stage is difficult for doctors.
As mentioned, there is no range of symptom found in Sexually Transmitted Diseases patients and hence it can easily go unnoticed until any complication arises. Some of the common signs of STD in patients include:
Sexually Transmitted Diseases actually include all types of infections. The bacterial condition includes syphilis, gonorrhea, and Chlamydia. The viral STD includes genital herpes, HIV, hepatitis B, and genital warts. The condition Trichomoniasis is mainly caused by the parasite.
Bacteria which cause the condition usually hide in blood, semen, saliva, and vaginal secretions. These organisms usually spread via anal and oral sex and in some cases genital herpes and warts are caused and it may spread via skin contact. Sexual activities usually play a pivotal role in spreading all of these infections. But in some cases, it can also spread without sexual contact.
The Sexually Transmitted Diseases caused due to bacteria can be treated easily and viral infections are managed and not cured completely. The treatment options usually include antibiotics and anti-viral drugs which are prescribed depending upon the infection affecting the patient. Antibiotics are prescribed in a single dose to treat STD and parasite infections. Anti-viral drugs are used to treat herpes and preventing it from recurrences. The doses are decided based on infections and bacteria.
Preventive measures must be followed to prevent the STD from getting into your body. Condoms are commonly used to prevent acquiring the bacteria and infection during sexual acts.
It's common among males and females. Although it is assumed to be common among females, males may also have STD problems if they intercourse with many of the partners. A1Sexologist is one of the reputed Ayurvedic Centre which treats the Sexually Transmitted Diseases & Disorders in Indian through Ayurveda which is safe, and pocket-friendly. Consult the doctor online and get the medicine at home.