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How to Treat Genital Warts

In a list of sexually transmitted diseases, genital warts are of major concern. Rather it is dreadful, highly contagious and spreads by physical contact with infected partner. Studies show that it takes place within first three months. If unchecked, it can spread considerably and cause deep danger t

Chlamydia - Another Cause Of Infertility

A sexually active person needs to be well aware of the risks of various sexually transmitted diseases. Chlamydia is a tricky form of infection to detect, that can also result in infertility.

Who Has HIV? 55% in U.S. Don't Know

The HIV testing rate is up to 45% of Americans age 18-64 -- but most of us, including 28% of those most at risk, don't know whether we carry the AIDS virus.

The Best Ways to Test for STDs

STDs, or sexually transmitted diseases, are infections that can be passed by having sexual intercourse with another person who has the infection. The most common STDs that can be passed are chlamydia, herpes simplex, gonorrhea, HIV, trichomoniasis, HPV and syphilis. It is important that, if you are

Risks of the Mirena Coil

The Mirena coil is an intrauterine device (IUD) that can help prevent pregnancy for up to five years. The Mirena coil is also used to treat heavy menstrual bleeding. Mirena is recommended for women who have at least one child. Serious complications are rare, but Mirena does carry risks....

Causes of Genital Warts and Treatment

Genital warts are the common sexually transmitted disease caused by Human Pappiloma virus (HPV). Though there are hundred strains of this virus, only thirty of them affect the genital area.

How Do You Get Genital Warts?

The best way to avoid contracting genital warts from a public restroom is simply by not using one. They are still a wart but how the treatment to get rid of them is somewhat different.

Treatments for Psychogenic Erectile Dysfunction

Psychogenic erectile dysfunction (PED) is differentiated from other erectile dysfunction because patients exhibit psychosocial inhibitions to sex, rather than organic inhibitions from medical conditions. Though oral treatments, injections and suppositories meet with some success, men who combine the

What Causes Genital Herpes?

Genital herpes is a common sexually transmitted disease. It is known as simplex virus 2. It affects the genital and anal area and flares up from time to time once someone has contracted it. Once it has been contracted, it doesn't ever go away. It may lie unnoticed for periods of time and then c