Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Syphilis

Highly contagious Syphilis disease usually passes from sexual contact. This disease do not pass to another human being from toilets, door handles, swimming pools or similar public environments. This disease has three stages.

Primary Chancre

In this stage one or several wounds appear on patient. Wound usually looks like a big and round bug bite. Wounds are hard and painless. Wounds usually appear on genitals or oral region in three weeks. They disappear spontaneously in 6 weeks even if they are not treated.

Second Stage

It begins in between 6th week and 6th month of the disease and it takes approximately one to three months. In this stage, pinkish copper colored bubbles appear on the patient's feet and palms. Sometimes it may cause oral white spots, fewer and weight loss. It disappears spontaneously even if it is not treated.

Latent (Hidden) Stage

In this stage disease do not give any symptoms for a long time.

Tertiary Syphilis (Third Stage)

When not treated, this disease which have been inactive for a long time, pass to another stage in which it can cause more problems. In this stage, disease may affect the heart, brain and nervous system and cause paralysis, blindness, deafness and even death.

Treatment

Disease will be cured in a process less than a year with usually single dose penicillin. Alternative drugs for patients who are allergic to penicillin are present. If the disease is still present after a year, drug doses are increased.

Genital Warts HPV virus

Warts may appear anywhere on body. Genital warts result from HPV virus infection and it is transmitted sexually quite easily. Warts appear after one to three months from transmission but sometimes this may take longer. Sometimes infected person may have no warts at all but you should consult your doctor if you believe you have the disease.

Warts appear in tan, pink or reddish colors in genital area. They usually appear in groups of three or four but sometimes they may be very small. Their growth and spreading is rapid. They are usually painless but they are sometimes reported to cause pain. They sometimes cause itching and minor bleeding.

Wart Treatment

Unfortunately there is no treatment to kill the virus which causes warts. Warts may be removed by your doctor with different methods but you may need to visit your doctor for re-treatment.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Syphilis

Highly contagious Syphilis disease usually passes from sexual contact. This disease do not pass to another human being from toilets, door handles, swimming pools or similar public environments. This disease has three stages.

Primary Chancre

In this stage one or several wounds appear on patient. Wound usually looks like a big and round bug bite. Wounds are hard and painless. Wounds usually appear on genitals or oral region in three weeks. They disappear spontaneously in 6 weeks even if they are not treated.

Second Stage

It begins in between 6th week and 6th month of the disease and it takes approximately one to three months. In this stage, pinkish copper colored bubbles appear on the patient’s feet and palms. Sometimes it may cause oral white spots, fewer and weight loss. It disappears spontaneously even if it is not treated.

Latent (Hidden) Stage

In this stage disease do not give any symptoms for a long time.

Tertiary Syphilis (Third Stage)

When not treated, this disease which have been inactive for a long time, pass to another stage in which it can cause more problems. In this stage, disease may affect the heart, brain and nervous system and cause paralysis, blindness, deafness and even death.

Treatment

Disease will be cured in a process less than a year with usually single dose penicillin. Alternative drugs for patients who are allergic to penicillin are present. If the disease is still present after a year, drug doses are increased.

Genital Warts HPV virus

Warts may appear anywhere on body. Genital warts result from HPV virus infection and it is transmitted sexually quite easily. Warts appear after one to three months from transmission but sometimes this may take longer. Sometimes infected person may have no warts at all but you should consult your doctor if you believe you have the disease.

Warts appear in tan, pink or reddish colors in genital area. They usually appear in groups of three or four but sometimes they may be very small. Their growth and spreading is rapid. They are usually painless but they are sometimes reported to cause pain. They sometimes cause itching and minor bleeding.

Wart Treatment

Unfortunately there is no treatment to kill the virus which causes warts. Warts may be removed by your doctor with different methods but you may need to visit your doctor for re-treatment.

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