Sunday, March 14, 2010

6 Sexually Transmitted Diseases by Male

Beware of some sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are not desirable men. Unfortunately, the disease can be transmitted to the woman. How to recognize it?

Ever heard the case of white wives not go away? The smell too! Was treated, but relapse continues. When the doctor asked her husband to go check, just discovered the source of smelly vaginal discharge was the man. He brought a sexual disease to get either the house after the woman (or man) where, then "share" to his wife during sex.

Here are six types of STDs WebMD unwanted by men. Of course, women are also not desirable because of odor, pain, and can cause infertility.

Addition rate HIV/AIDS patients could have been prevented.
Initial infection of HIV/AIDS do not have symptoms, so many people do not know already infected with the virus. That is why HIV is important. If you are sexually active with more than one partner or no reason you probably exposed to HIV in the past, screening should be done.

2. Gonorrhea
Is a type of PMS is not easily lost. In men, symptoms include pus GO the urinary tract with burning sensation during urination. Gonorrhea is not treated or handled properly can cause epididymitis, a painful condition of the testicles and can cause infertility.
In women, GO is a major cause of pelvic inflammatory disease and the like chlamydia, can cause infertility. GO makes a person likely to 3-5 times of HIV.

3. Chlamydia
Although no symptoms, chlamydia can cause inflammation of the testicles, prostate, and urethra. Consequences for women more seriously. Infections that are not handled the major cause of pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, and some instances of infertility.

Although nearly one million cases of chlamydia were diagnosed in the U.S. in 2005, experts estimate that there are actually 2.8 million new cases each year. That is, two out of three people infected with chlamydia do not know they have it and can infect others.

Research shows, 1 in 8 women treated for chlamydial infection problem again within a year.

4. Herpes simplex virus (HSV-2)
HSV-2 allegedly the cause of genital herpes pain began to decline (except in Indonesia this condition is not known). In the U.S., from blood tests of adults aged 48 years and younger, the virus was dramatically reduced 19 percent in the last 10 years.

5. Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
The virus is known to cause cervical cancer (cervical). HPV also causes genital warts and increase the risk of cancer of the penis and anus in men. Millions of men carry the virus and infect risky sexual partner.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 6 million Americans are infected with HPV each year. In the survey, 48 percent of men who came to the clinic, the results of its HPV test positive. That figure is about 8 percent of the general male population.

The new vaccine proves effective in preventing HPV infection. In 2006, the CDC recommends that the vaccine routinely given to women at age 11-12 years.

Immunization practitioner Committee (ACIP) recommends vaccination for women from the age of 9 years. The recommendation was caused controversy, but it can save lives. Moreover, because HPV is the main cause of cervical cancer in women.

6. Syphilis
Fortunately, effective drugs to cope with syphilis has been found. Prevention of the disease has not proved easy. "The level of syphilis have increased for five consecutive years," said Jennifer Ruth, spokesperson for the CDC.

2004-2005 year alone the national syphilis rate increased more than 11 percent. Among men, the risk jumped 70 percent in the last five years. Syphilis is not handled properly can damage the brain, cardiovascular system, and organs in the body. More than that, having syphilis is increasing danger of HIV/AIDS at least 2-5 times as much.


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