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STDs Chart - NAME Bacterial Vaginosis SYMPTOMS Strong,...

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NAME SYMPTOMS TREATMENT CAUSE DIAGNOSIS PROTECTION / PREVENTION Bacterial Vaginosis Strong, unpleasant vaginal odor Vaginal discharge In the form of vaginitis (irritation of vagina often associated with vaginal discharge) Antibiotics and antimicrobial creams Change in the balance of different kinds of bacteria in the vagina Pelvic exam Examination of vaginal fluid Condoms may reduce the risk Chlamydia Women Abdominal pain abnormal vaginal discharge Bleeding between menstrual periods Cervical or rectal inflammation Low-grade fever Mucopurulent cervicitis (MPC) — a yellowish discharge from the cervix that may have a foul odor Vaginal bleeding after intercourse Painful intercourse Painful urination The urge to urinate more than usual Men Pain or burning feeling while urinating Pus or watery or milky discharge from the penis Swollen or tender testicles Rectal inflammation Antibiotics Sometimes surgery is required Bacteria Examination of the cervix and cervical discharge Laboratory tests of cells from the penis, cervix, urethra, or anus
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Examination of urine samples Inform sex partners of the infection. Have no sex until treatment is complete. Be sure sex partners are screened and treated before having sex again. Use female or latex condoms every time. Use female or latex condoms every time. Abstain from sexual intercourse Transmission of chlamydia during oral sex is rare, but people can reduce their risk by using condoms or latex or plastic barriers. Cytomegalovirus Swollen glands, fatigue, fever, and general weakness — CMV causes eight percent of the cases of mononucleosis Irritations of the digestive tract, nausea, diarrhea Loss of vision No cure Symptoms may be managed with a variety of intravenous drugs Not successful during pregnancy Virus transmitted through bodily fluids Sexually transmitted Blood test Condoms may reduce the risk of CMV during vaginal, anal, and oral intercourse, but kissing and other intimate touching can spread the virus Genital Warts Warts that are flesh colored, soft to the touch Grow in more than one place and may cluster in large masses Painless but may itch Usually fades Removal Podofilox Imiquimod Podophyllin Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) Biochlroacetic acid (BCA) Cryotherapy Human papilloma virus Pelvic exam Pap test
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Microscopic examination of tissue sample Abstinence is the only 100 percent-effective way to avoid infection. Use condoms every time. They can reduce the risk of genital warts but they are not as effective against HPV as they are against more serious infections, such as HIV. Protect your immune system with a healthy lifestyle.
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