What are sexually transmitted diseases, what are the ways to protect them from sexually transmitted diseases?
Sexually transmitted diseases are caused by sexually transmitted diseases, including vaginal, anal, oral sex, and caused by an infectious microbe.
Some diseases in this group can be transmitted in blood donation or ingestion, drug addicts, by needle, kissing, using the same container, using the same towel, embracing, at birth and during breastfeeding.
The most common route of transmission is sexual intercourse without protection. The risk increases as the number of people having sexual intercourse increases. For this reason, it is dangerous to have sexual intercourse with more than one person. There is an infection with sexual intercourse without using a condom. Semen in men and vagina fluid in women carry microbes.
What are sexually transmitted diseases?
– Soft boil
– Chlamydia Tricomatis
– Tricomanas Vaginalis
– Herpes in the reproductive organs
– Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
Hepatitis B Virus
– AIDS / HIV
Ways of protection:
– One of the main ways of protection is to stay away from behaviors that can transmit the disease. Establishing a relationship with a large number of people, having relationships with others who make it a profession and not using condoms during these relationships increases the risk.
Care should be taken to prevent blood transmission against HIV, AIDS and Hepatitis B risk. Make sure that the equipment used in the hairdressers and hairdressers and health institutions are cleaned.
– Touching the wounds of others with bare hands, using the same injection, being a blood brother, using the same razor or razor increases the risk of contamination.
– Irritations caused by wounds, bruises, pimples or itching, especially in the reproductive organs, need to be treated immediately because these wounds cause easy disease.
– Getting vaccinated against the hepatitis B virus is very important for protection.
– Regular screening of cancer screenings (such as pap smear test in women) is important for early diagnosis and should not be neglected.
Besides all these, it is very important to recognize the symptoms of the disease.
– Frequent urination and burning in urine, pain in men
Post-urine or continuous discharge from the penis
Painful ulcers on the surface of the penis and hand stiffness in the groin
– In women; pain and burning in urination, frequent urination
– Dark and foul-smelling discharge
– In both sexes; constant pain during sexual intercourse or genitals
– Warts on the reproductive organs
Herpes-like rash on the reproductive organs, severe pain
Abscesses in the area of the breech or perineum (muscle tissue between the legs and covering the reproductive organs)
If these symptoms occur, contact a healthcare provider immediately.