Sexually transmitted disease

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Unformatted text preview: Sexually transmitted disease STD STD By Heather Lisowski 11­01­2009 Introduction Introduction This presentation is going to explain what STD is and how you can catch it and not catch it. STD is a very dangerous disease that anyone can get. I hope when I am done with this presentation everyone gets a better understanding on what STD is and be care full on who they are with. Signs and symptoms Signs and symptoms • • There can be different kind of signs and symptoms when you have or are getting STD. Different symptoms happen to different genders. What are they What are they • • • • Here are some of the symptoms of STD Unusual vaginal discharge, or any discharge from the rectum or penis. Painful intercourse. Burning or discomfort during urination. Were are they Were are they • • They can pop up any were it all depends on what you got if you have STD then it will show in the private area like the penis or vagina. STI can be anywhere it can be on the hands, feet, penis, vagina. What STD looks like in women What STD looks like in women What STD looks like in men What STD looks like in men • How do signs and symptoms differ How do signs and symptoms differ based upon genders (Men) Men can see the signs if they have bumps or anything unusual on the penis or when they get tested there can be signs of it. STI they can also get it on the penis and also the hands. The symptoms are if you have any discharge from the penis or fluid filled blisters, or warts. • • • How do signs and symptoms differ How do signs and symptoms differ based upon genders (women) Women can see the signs and symptoms when they either clean themselves or have unusual itching and bleeding. Painful urination, Lower abdominal pain, Vaginal discharge in women, Painful sexual intercourse in women • • • When you have a normal body nothing will hurt and you will b e clean and also when you get a test done it will come back negative. An abnormal body is when some one is affected with a disease and they are infected. Contrast normal and abnormal Contrast normal and abnormal structures and functions of affected parts of the body. Short term and long term effects Short term and long term effects of STD on affected organs. • • • Short term effects of STD is when you catch it early enough and you get treated for it. Long term effects can lead to death and maybe problems with health for the rest of your life. Your face can get all deformed and loon nasty. STD is transmitted STD is transmitted • • STD can be transmitted from some one that either had unprotected sex, Sex with multiple of partners, or even from birth. You can also get it from vaginal, anal or oral sex, You share needles when injecting intravenous drugs, You trade sex for money or drugs. Treatment options Treatment options • Many STD’S are treatable if they catch it early or even late there are different kinds of treatments for men and women. Prevention of STD Prevention of STD • • The best way to prevent from getting STD is to stay abstinent till you are married. Never Share any needles and drugs, have sex with one person and always play it safe. Conclusion Conclusion I hope that everyone got a lot out of the presentation and understand how important it is to play it safe and I also hope that everyone gets a better understanding and now knows what to look for if you think you got it or might get it. Reference Reference • • •­symptoms/ID000 http:// =5551 en&q=STD&sa=N&start=20&ndsp=20 • ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course HCA 220 taught by Professor James during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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