4 sexually transmitted diseases that cannot be cured, prepare for life

4 sexually transmitted diseases that cannot be cured, prepare for life

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Every September 4th is remembered as World Sexual Health Day. This day was made to keep reminding the importance of health care sex.

There are many sexually transmitted diseases. These diseases are called sexually transmitted diseases (PMS).

STDs are spread from person to person through sexual contact, or penis to vagina, anus, or oral penetration.

Syphilis, hepatitis B, gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, and HPV are the most common STDs that affect many people.

List of sexually transmitted diseases

There are many STDs that can happen to anyone, especially those who have sex. Here are some of them, they mention A healthy line.

– HIV
– Hepatitis B
– Chancroid or open sores in the genital region
– Trichomoniasis
– Genital warts
– Herpes
– Gonorrhea
– Chlamydia
– syphilis
– Scabies
– Molluscum contagiosum
– Lymphogranuloma

Diseases that cannot be cured by Sex




compare sexually transmitted diseasesExample. There are some sexually transmitted diseases that cannot be cured. (Istock Images / People)

Most STDs can be cured with the use of antibiotics or antibiotics. But the bad news, there are some STDs that cannot be cured.

Here are some of them, they mention Solution Net.

1. Herpes

Herpes is one of the most common STDs. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that two-thirds of people under the age of 50 are infected with the virus that causes meningitis.

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There are two types of herpes. Among them are herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1) which causes ulcers in the mouth and herpes simplex virus-2 which causes pain in the genital area.

Herpes can be spread widely, through contact with infected body fluids or genital fluids.

When you have herpes, the virus will remain in your body for the rest of your life. This makes a person more susceptible to the symptoms of herpes.

2. HPV

HPV infection (Human papilloma virus) is also one of the most common STDs. A person can get HPV from oral contact, children, or sex with someone who is infected with HPV.

Unfortunately, most cases of HPV do not show any symptoms. In some people, HPV can cause genital warts.

Doctors will generally treat warts with home remedies or prevent their growth. However, the virus will remain in the body.

In some cases, HPV can cause complications such as genital warts, cervical cancer, and oral cancer.

3. HIV

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) attacks the immune system. As a result, a person infected with HIV can contract other diseases.

Not only through sex, AIDS can also be spread by using a single needle or from mother to baby during childbirth or breastfeeding.

In most cases, HIV only causes mild flu-like symptoms. This virus can also spread in the body for a long time without causing any symptoms.

Existing drugs, such as antiretroviral drugs (ARV), are used only to reduce the number of viruses in the blood to undetectable levels.

4. Hepatitis B

Chronic hepatitis can be a lifelong condition that can lead to liver damage. Some of them can cause liver damage such as cirrhosis and liver cancer which can lead to death.

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Medicines given to people with hepatitis B are used to limit long-term liver damage. However, the virus will remain in the body.

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