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Sexually transmitted diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases no longer cause fear. In any case, the majority: “It's not about me, it's about homosexuals and prostitutes. Even if you get infected (of course, not AIDS), a couple of nonsense can be cured. With modern means!” The success of medicine creates the illusion that you can do without a doctor - you need to take antibiotics and everything will pass. The misconception is dangerous - it will not only fail, but can go into a more difficult stage and manifest itself when it becomes very difficult to do something, and sometimes even impossible. Sexually transmitted not only syphilis and gonorrhea and lesser-known sexually transmitted diseases (mild chancre, inguinal lymphogranulomatosis and donovanosis), but also trichomoniasis, chlamydia, thrush, and many others - more than twenty. Various pathogens cause them: bacteria (syphilis, gonorrhea), viruses (herpes, AIDS), protozoa (trichomoniasis), "mushrooms" (thrush), parasites (pubic lice, scabies). These diseases are common throughout the world and are familiar to doctors, but for some of them it has only recently been established that they are transmitted through sexual contact.
Common symptoms The first sign is discharge from the genitals, sores and abrasions on their surface, but sometimes the disease for the time being does not manifest itself. It happens that it does not develop at all, but a person carries a pathogen within himself and can infect his sexual partners, intrauterine transmission of the microbe from mother to child is also possible.
Serious consequences should be remembered: in newborns - eye damage (conjunctivitis), pneumonia, sepsis and meningitis, birth defects, disability and even death; in women - inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriages, premature birth and stillbirths; in men - narrowing of the urethra, impotence, comfort and other infertility. Some types of pathogens contribute to the development of cancer of the cervix, skin and internal organs.
Sexually transmitted diseases have never been considered only from a medical point of view, they have always been associated with ethical standards: the infected person is to blame. The sexual revolution, having radically changed views on sexual life, led to a significant increase in such patients - there are about 1 billion of them in the world. In other words, every fifth inhabitant of the Earth suffers from sexually transmitted diseases. Recently, the most formidable was added to them - AIDS. The danger is great enough. Therefore, it is necessary to have at least a minimum of knowledge about these diseases - their manifestations, course and consequences, means of treatment and prevention.

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