Every year in this entire world, plenty of people suffer from sexual problems, STDs. Medical science every year finds about a large number of people who suffer from various Sexually transmitted diseases. But, let us tell you clearly that, the data we see is not even near to the actual data of people who are suffering from STDs. This happens because not every STDs has clear symptoms and many people do not even know that they are suffering from few sexual diseases. That is why the data having these diseases are huge. Hence, we have come up with some sexually transmitted diseases and their symptoms which you may already have. It will help you to understand your sexual life better. (Also Read: World AIDS Day: How Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Can Be Prevented)
This sexually transmitted disease spread through unprotected vaginal, oral, or anal sex. You may not know that this disease can create infection in your rectum, or throat too. Sometimes, your genitals also get affected. This disease has no symptoms often. But still, some of the common symptoms which you can include are a bladder infection, less capacity to hold urine, burning sensations when you pee etc.
Chlamydia is a bacterial infection which spreads through unprotected vaginal, oral, or anal sex. But, if you are using a condom while having sex, you may not transmit this disease. And if you are having an oral sex, dental dams can reduce your risk. Chlamydia rarely has noticeable symptoms. But, most importantly, the symptoms include, penile discharge or burning sensation when you pee. (Also Read: World AIDS day: How To Live A happy Life With HIV)
If you have herpes, there are possibilities that two different viruses have attacked you. One is, Herpes simplex type 1 (HSV1), which usually affects your mouth as cold sores. The second one is, Herpes simplex type 2 (HSV2), which mainly targets your genitals.
Sexual contact can spread your partner’s oral herpes to your genitals or her genital herpes to your mouth. The virus can spread even if you or your partner don’t have any signs of it. Like, chlamydia, herpes also can be prevented by wearing a condom during sexual contact. Almost more than 70 percent people have no symptoms who are suffering from Herpes. But, you may get blisters or ulcers on your genitals accompanied by some burning and itching, headaches, and fatigue.
STD: HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV)
HPV, a common STD which comprises more than 150 related viruses. There are two main types of HPV available. These are low risk, which usually only cause genital warts, and high risk, which can lead to penile, anal, and cancers. In fact, if you have intercourse, oral sex, or even skin-to-skin contact during sex then also this disease can be transmitted. This disease never has any visible symptoms. But doctors say, if you have this disease, you may have genital warts etc. (Also Read: World AIDS Day: Know about the symptoms and treatment of HIV in children)