High School STD Presentation on Herpes

High School STD - l Just have different genitals Normal vs Abnormal Normal • No burning • No itching • No blisters • No discharge Abnormal

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/26/10 High School STD Presentation on Herpes Stephanie Ikner University of Phoenix HCA/240 November 21,2010
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11/26/10 Topics t What is a STD? H Herpes H What are the signs and symptoms? H How do signs and symptoms differ based upon gender? H Normal vs. Abnormal H Short Term and Long Term of STD affected organs
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11/26/10 What is a STD? t Sexually Transmitted Disease H Venereal Disease H Transmitted through intercourse H Can be prevented
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11/26/10 Herpes Viral Disease l Type1 l Type 2 l Oral Herpes l Genital Herpes
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11/26/10 What are the signs and Outbreaks l Burning l Itching l Painful Urination l Vaginal Discharge l Blisters
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11/26/10 How do signs and symptoms differ based upon gender? H No difference l Both can have same symptoms
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Unformatted text preview: l Just have different genitals 11/26/10 Normal vs. Abnormal Normal • No burning • No itching • No blisters • No discharge Abnormal • Burning • Itching • Blisters • Discharge 11/26/10 Short Term and Long Term of STD affected organs H AIDS H Immune System l Function in body l Long Term 11/26/10 How STD’s are transmitted H Kissing l Unprotected Sex l Birth l Touching open sores 11/26/10 Treatment Can be treated l Medication l Prevents symptoms l Not many ways to treat it 11/26/10 Prevention Protection l Tell your partner l Limit sex partners l Be careful l Know your partners 11/26/10 References...
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2010 for the course HCA 240 taught by Professor Agnessamaniego during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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High School STD - l Just have different genitals Normal vs Abnormal Normal • No burning • No itching • No blisters • No discharge Abnormal

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