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Sexual transmitted infection – Hepatitis B

Sexual Health

Description Hepatitis B is a sexual transmitted infection (STI) that a serious infection of the liver. Symptoms may include tiredness, loss of appetite, stomach discomfort and yellow skin. The virus is found in blood, semen, vaginal fluids and saliva. Hepatitis B is the only sexually transmitted disease that has a …

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Who run the biggest STD clinics around the world?

Sexual health

Governmental departments mostly run the sexual health industry and even these are being assisted by non-governmental organization, which are funded by other governments for the well-being for the people within a country. However, of late a new player has started to enter the market – that of the commercial operator. …

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The STD Donovanosis: Infections, treatment and complications

Sexual health

What is Donovanosis? Donovanosis, also called granuloma inguinale, is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection and is caused by the bacteria Klebsiella granulomatis. This infection is rare in the United States since the introduction of antibiotics, but it remains endemic in other countries like Southeast India, Guyana, and New Guinea. Granuloma inguinale …

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What you need to know about scabies

Sexual Health

What is scabies? Scabies is a skin condition, caused by a tiny eight-legged parasite called scabies mites or Sarcoptes scabiei. These small, insect like parasites infect the top layer of the skin, by burrowing underneath the skin can lay their eyes in the top layer of your skin. They are …

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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: Symptoms, Treatment and Risks

Sexual Health

What is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)? Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a common condition whereby a bacteria infects the reproductive organs in women. There can be different sources of the bacteria that causes PID. Some of the bacteria that are transmitted during sexual intercourse include gonorrhea and chlamydia. What does …

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