Assignment- High School STD Presentation-week#6-Gabrielle Jeffcaot

Assignment- High School STD Presentation-week#6-Gabrielle Jeffcaot

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Assignment: High School STD Presentation Gabrielle Jeffcoat HCA240 Gonorrhea
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What is an STD? An STD stands for a sexually transmitted  disease. This spread through unprotected sexual  contact with a sexual partner through the  mouth, eye, vagina, penis and anus. If left  untreated this can carried to a child and other  sexual partners. Some STDs are not curable  and the person will always be a carrier of the  STD.
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How an STD is transmitted Sexual Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are contacted by unsafe sexual  behavior. Some STDs can be given as result of a infected person coming  into contact with specific areas. Unprotected sex through oral, eye, penis, anus, and vagina. Child born to mother with STD. Sharing needles with a person who is infected by an STD. Mother’s milk Blood transfusions Sharing unclean objects like sex toys between partners.
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What Gonorrhea looks like
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What are the signs and symptoms of  Gonorrhea? Gonorrhea is caused by a bacteria called Neiserria gonorrhoeae. Some of  the signs and symptoms of Gonorrhea are: In men the common signs are creamy or green pus-like discharge for the  penis or infected area. A man will have problems urinating and have a  painful burning sensation. Men will experience testicular pain. In women the common signs are bleeding between periods, creamy or  green pus-like or bloody vaginal discharge, excessive bleeding during  menstrual period, irritation of the vulva, lower abdominal pain, painful  intercourse, pain when urinating with a burning feeling, rectal infection,  and throat infection.
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Where is Gonorrhea on the body? Gonorrhea can enter the body by an open and moist  area. Some common areas are mouth, eyes, throat,  vagina, penis, and anus. Gonorrhea needs a moist area  to grow bacteria. Once in the body the Gonorrhea may spread to other 
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2010 for the course HCA 240 hca 240 taught by Professor Axiacollege during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Assignment- High School STD Presentation-week#6-Gabrielle Jeffcaot

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