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What is the link between HPV and cervical cancer?

Hi. I am looking for connection betwen HPV and cancer. Could you help me??

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How can I tell if my child has HPV?

I know that there is really difficult to made and from the other side I know there is necessary. Have you got any experience or idea about testing yours child on HPV?

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What is the link between HPV and genital warts?

How looks relation between HPV and genital warts?

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Do you think spouses who gave STD to their spouse should be considered a criminal?

I mean a spouse gives an STD to his/her spouse after an affair… the spouse who go the disease has no idea his/her spouse had sex with someone else, so s/he sleeps with their cheating spouse, then it’s transmitted. What are your thoughts on this, do you think it should be considered a crime? I […]

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Can the baby get the STD from a vaginal birth?

Being the person already has STD, will she have to have a C section to have the baby not get the std.

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Is a person obligated to tell past and future lovers that they are infected with a serious STD?

It seems like telling potential lovers that you are infected with a serious STD would hinder the chances of ever getting laid again.

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What are the chances of a male getting an STD by receiving unprotected oral sex?

What are the chances of a male getting an STD by receiving unprotected oral sex? Assuming he is healthy, no other infections or diseases, no cuts or sores etc. Many sources simply say it is possible to transmit STDs via oral sex so you must use a condom. I am interested in a more detailed […]

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STD Symptoms Database

STD Symptoms in Women

While many STDs present mild or no symptoms in both men and women, it is important for women to recognize the potential signs of infection. Common symptoms women might experience when infected with an STD are itching, bumps, or burning urination. However, symptoms can take a few days or a few weeks to develop, or […]

Gonorrhea Symptoms

Gonorrhea is a common sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Unprotected vaginal, anal, and oral sexual contact can all transmit gonorrhea and symptoms, if they appear, do so within about ten days of exposure to the bacteria. Gonorrhea usually does not present symptoms in either men or women, or if it does, […]

Herpes Type 1 and Type 2 Symptoms

Herpes is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. Herpes simplex type 1 refers to oral herpes (though it can be transmitted to the genitals through oral contact). Herpes simplex type 2 refers to genital herpes. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in six Americans between the […]

Trichomoniasis Symptoms

Trichomoniasis (commonly referred to as “Trich”) is caused by the parasite Trichomonas vaginalis. It is the most common curable STD with 3.7 million people infected in the United States. Of those 3.7 million, only about 30% present any symptoms. Trichomoniasis is transmitted through penis-vaginal intercourse between men and women or vulva-to-vulva contact between women. It […]

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Your Neighbor on Jan 12, 2017

Your Guide to Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are spread through sexual contact. STDs can be transmitted through any form of sexual contact involving the vagina, penis, mouth, or anus. […]

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Your Neighbor on Oct 06, 2016

Is Oral Sex Safe Sex?

While many people may consider oral sex a safe sexual practice, in actuality many STDs can be transmitted through oral sex. Common STDs such as chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhea, HPV, and syphilis can be transmitted through unprotected […]

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Your Neighbor on Jul 23, 2016

Is it possible to have an STD and not know it?

When you have a cold, you know you have a cold–your nose runs, your throat hurts, and you want to sleep for days.. Some infections, like the common cold or flu, are easy to spot. Unfortunately, STDs often present […]

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