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Major sexually transmitted diseases

Candidamycosis is a common disease that causes so much inconvenience to a woman that she urgently needs to see a doctor.

Symptoms thick white discharge, burning in the vagina, sexual intercourse become painful. The causative agent is candida albicans, a yeast family fungus.

In 60%, the cause of mycosis is internal; the woman herself becomes a source of infection. The source of infection is associated with a change in the vaginal flora.

Chlamydia - in Russia, chlamydia trachomatis is the cause of 60% of cases of non-gonorrheal urethritis.

Symptoms of this disease are accompanied by a burning sensation during urination.

The causative agent is chlamydia trachomatis, a round tiny bacterium.

Infection mainly occurs through sexual contact.

Condylomas are benign, but persistent and unusually contagious and can squeeze genital cancer.

There are almost no symptoms. They are pinkish or grayish in color, similar to warts located on the mucous membrane of the labia, at the entrance to the vagina and on the cervix of a woman, on the head of the penis in men.

Scabies - a common disease caused by parasites - is provoked by a lack of hygiene. Infection occurs through linen (blankets, sheets, clothes).

The causative agent is a parasite - a tick that lives on the skin.

Symptoms - severe itching appears. It affects any area of ​​the skin except the face.

Gonorrhea is the most famous disease.
In Russia, it affects at least 500 thousand people.

The causative agent is gonococcus - a bacterium discovered by Albert Neisser in 1879.

Infection occurs during sexual intercourse. You can also get infected through a dirty wet towel or toilet seat.

The diagnosis of this disease is easy to make after a laboratory test.

The treatment is simple and quick when taking antibiotics. Recovery occurs after 24 hours.

AIDS is much more serious. Indeed, if sexually transmitted diseases are cured in almost a hundred percent of cases, then HIV infection is incurable. She devours everyone in her path: both men and women; and young and old, and beautiful and not very; both rich and poor. But the choice is mainly left to each of us. Everyone has the right to decide for himself: to be healthy and happy, or to die in torment. Any person can avoid HIV infection if he understands the danger that threatens him and is capable of tight self-control.

What is needed for this:

- use a condom;

- do not try drugs;

- be faithful to one sexual partner

Questions for self-control:

1. Is smoking a drug?

2. What is the difference between HIV and AIDS?

3. Are sexually transmitted diseases genetically transmitted?

4. What new developments are used to prevent sexually transmitted diseases?
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Major sexually transmitted diseases

  1. VENEREAL DISEASES
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  2. Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
    Personal prevention consists in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, refraining from accidental sexual intercourse, from excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages, which in most cases are one of the causes of promiscuous sexual life. To date, there are no absolutely reliable means to guarantee the prevention of infection. The use of condoms significantly reduces the risk of infection,
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  5. Prevention of bad habits and sexually transmitted diseases
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  8. LECTURE No. 9 PREVENTION OF HARMFUL HABITS AND VENERIC DISEASES
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  9. Underlying disease. Varieties of the underlying disease
    The main one is called a disease, which in itself or through its complications led the patient to an unfavorable outcome (chronicity of the process, disability, death). The main disease can be only a nosological unit, or a syndrome equated with nosology. One of the most common mistakes is the inclusion in the main diagnosis of the symptoms and syndromes that accompany
  10. Sexually transmitted diseases
    The cause of their occurrence is microbes, bacteria, viruses, fungi or their combination. They always develop in the same way; first, the process proceeds gradually, passing through three successive stages; 1. Infection - the transfer of infection from a patient to a healthy one, 2. Incubation - imperceptible both from a clinical and biological point of view (there are no external signs). Then appear
  11. Venereal diseases
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  12. Complication of the underlying disease.
    A complication of the underlying disease is called: 1. Processes that arose as a result of the natural course of the disease or as a result of an adequate surgical or other measure (AV Smolyannikov, 1970). 2. Such a stage of the underlying disease when a qualitatively and often etiologically new pathological process develops (O. K. Khmelnitsky, 1971). 3. The pathological process that
  13. Sexually transmitted diseases
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  15. Sexually transmitted diseases and their prevention
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  16. Diagnosis of underlying disease
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  17. P. D. Walk. Skin and sexually transmitted diseases, 2003
    The training manual sets out the basic data on the anatomy, histology, physiology of the skin, their features in childhood. Various examination methods used in everyday practice for the diagnosis of skin and sexually transmitted diseases are presented, questions of skin and hair hygiene, nutrition and treatment of patients are highlighted. The etiology, clinic and prevention issues are presented in a short and accessible form.
  18. The structure of a competing underlying disease
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