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STDs, or sexually transmitted diseases as they are also called, are transmitted through the genitals, mouth and rectum. Some diseases, such as HIV and syphilis, are also transmitted through the blood. Have you had unprotected sex? Then you should test yourself for STDs.

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Scabies

Scabies is a small spider-like animal, a mite. The scavenger enters the skin and makes passages in the outer layer of skin where they lay their eggs. The most common symptom is it itching, especially at night. Scabies are usually treated with medicines that you apply to your skin. Scabies is usually transmitted through close body contact.

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Genital warts

Condyloma is one of the most common STDs and is more common among young people. You can get warts in the genital area or around the rectum if you have a condyloma. Most people do not get any physical problems from the warts that usually disappear by themselves. The warts are caused by a virus called HPV, human papillomavirus.

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HPV, human papillomavirus

HPV, the human papillomavirus, is a very common virus found in over a hundred different types. Some types can cause cell changes that, in unusual cases, can lead to cancer, especially in the cervix. Other types of HPV can cause warts, usually on the hands and feet. In addition, there are some types that can cause warts in the genital area, so-called condylomas.

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Gonorrhea

Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease that is transmitted primarily through vaginal and anal intercourse or through oral sex.¬†The faster you receive treatment, the less likely you are to transfer gonorrhea to someone else.¬†Without treatment of gonorrhea, you may find it difficult to get pregnant, or difficult to make someone else pregnant. Gonorrhea is caused […]