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Saturday, May 21, 2011

male sexual diseases that are transmitted

Beware of some sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), unwanted male. Unfortunately, the disease can be transmitted to women. How to recognize it?

Ever heard of cases of vaginal discharge wife does not go away? The smell too! Been treated, but relapse continues. When the doctor asked her husband joined checked, the new sources discovered that the man smelling vaginal discharge. He brought the sexual disease to get out of the house after a woman (or man) where, then "distribute" to the wife during intercourse.

Here are six types of STDs WebMD unwanted by men. Of course, women are also not desirable because of odor, pain, and can cause infertility.

1. HIV / AIDS
The addition of the number of HIV / AIDS is preventable.
Initial infection with HIV / AIDS do not have symptoms, so many people do not know already infected with the virus. That is why HIV is important. If you are sexually active with more than one partner or any reason you are probably exposed to HIV in the past, should do the screening.

2. Gonorrhea
Is a type of PMS are not easily lost. In men, symptoms of GO including pus in the urinary tract with burning sensation when urinating. Gonorrhea is not treated or handled improperly can cause epididymitis, which is painful conditions in the testicles and can cause infertility.
In women, GO is a major cause of pelvic inflammatory disease and, like chlamydia, can cause infertility. GO make someone 3-5 times likely to have HIV.

3. Chlamydia
Although no symptoms, chlamydia can cause inflammation of the testicles, prostate, and urethra. The consequences for women more seriously. Untreated infection is a major cause pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, and some instances of infertility.

Although nearly one million cases of chlamydia in the U.S. were diagnosed in 2005, experts estimate that there are actually 2.8 million new cases each year. That is, two out of three people infected with chlamydia do not know they have it and can transmit it to others.

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