Individual Project - Model - (Fall 2021-2022) (1) HIM407 (1).docx

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Faculty of Medical & Health SciencesIndividual Project (online)Fall Semester 2021-2022Course title and codePlease insert the project title hereStudents’ Name:ID No:Instructor:
AcknowledgmentSince the beginning of my studies, I have been receiving support, helpand advice from the academic staff, teachers, classmates, family andfriends; they have never stopped helping me.Therefore, I would like to thank the academic staff and teachers for theirtrust and advice to me and for their efforts and efforts. What they do toteach us.I would like to thank my colleagues and friends for their love and help forme. Finally, I would like with all my heart to thank my family who stood byme during my study journey and for their constant support andencouragement.Thank you alli
AbstractMore than 30 different bacteria, viruses and parasites are known to be transmitted through sexualcontact.Eight of these pathogens are associated with the highest incidence of sexually transmitteddiseases.There are currently 4 cures: syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia and hair follicles.The other 4are non-curable viral infections: hepatitis B, herpes simplex virus (HSV or herpes), HIV and humanpapillomavirus (HPV).STDs are mainly transmitted through sexual contact, including vaginal, analand oral sex.Some venereal diseases can also be transmitted from mother to child duringpregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding.A person can have STDs without any symptoms of the disease.Common symptoms of STDs includevaginal discharge, urethral discharge or burning sensation in men, genital sores, and abdominal pain.Key words: sexually transmitted, venereal diseases, symptoms, vaginal discharge, genital sores,pregnancyii
Table of ContentsTitlePage NumberAcknowledgementiAbstractiiTable of ContentiiiList of FiguresivList of TablesvIntroduction1Literature ReviewConclusionReferencesiii
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IntroductionIntroductionSexually transmitted infections (STIs), also known as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), are infectionsor disease that an individual can acquire from an infected person during sexual contact.These infectionsmostly pass from an individual to another by vaginal intercourse. It may sometimes transfer by anal ororal sex. They can also be transmitted by fluids from person to person e.g. sharing the infected needles,or a mother may infect her baby during pregnancy. Many STIs spread through non-penetrative sexualactivity. STIs can be transmitted even by skin to skin touch in some cases. Sometimes these infectionscan be transmitted non-sexually, e.g.from mothers to their babies during pregnancy or childbirth, orthrough blood transfusions or regular needles. STDs don't always cause symptoms.You can catch STDsfrom people who look perfectly healthy and may not even know they have an infection. STIs can becaused by bacteria and viruses which grow in warm and moist areas in the body. The infection can be

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Sexual intercourse, Human sexual behavior, Oral sex

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