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Sexually Transmitted Disease Articles
Syphilis is a STD that is caused by bacteria known as “Treponema pallidum”. Syphilis is often hard to diagnose, because it has the symptoms of many other diseases.
STD's to Look out for
STD’s, or sexually transmitted diseases, are infections and diseases that are transmitted during a sexual act between two people. There are many different types of STD’s that each have their own symptoms and cures. People that suspect that they have a STD should seek the care of a doctor immediately, and completely avoid all forms of sexual contact, including oral sex.
It's not just a woman's disease ... anymore.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Paul Ellis answers questions from our readers concerning various STD's.
The symptoms of Chlamydia are often hidden for some period of time. This is why Chlamydia is often known as the “silent STD”.
For men, the symptoms of gonorrhea can be subtle -- or they can be quite severe.
Herpes is a STD that is caused by a one of two viruses. The first of these viruses is “herpes simplex viruses type 1 (HSV-1)” and the second virus is “type 2 (HSV-2)”.
HPV is a genital STD that is caused by what is known as the human papillomavirus, which is the name given to over 100 different types of viruses.
Safe sex is often defined as intercourse that either (or both) prevents the transmission of sexual disease, and/or the possibility of pregnancy. With so many STD’s, as well as HIV and AIDS to worry about, practicing safe sex is as important as ever.