Sexually Transmitted Diseases

jennigoff33 By jennigoff33, 22nd Sep 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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Sexually transmitted diseases are not going away. The treatment is fast and easy. It is important to always have regular check-ups to protect your body inside and out.


Chlamydia and any other sexually transmitted diseases are nothing to mess with. No one is immune to these diseases but many people could be immune to the symptoms. It should be in everyone’s interest when having sexual intercourse to be checked out on a regular basis for all STD's. Chlamydia is a type of bacteria which can internal cause long-term damage without treatment. There are only certain antibiotics that can treat this type of bacteria, although most people like to be discrete about having an STD. It is important to realize that any STD can cause harm if not treated. In the U.S. Chlamydia is one of the most common STD's spread. There are also people that have untreated gonorrhea that developed Chlamydia as a result. Both women and men do get symptoms sometimes. Depending on the person both genders may have an STD and not have one symptom. It is not uncommon to not have any symptoms. This is why it is encouraged to have constant check-ups for STD's.
Although it can be difficult in some cases to prevent such diseases, there are still some ways to try and prevent them by using condoms during intercourse. Most people believe that just cause they are with the same person that it is okay not to use protection. However, in some cases this does not matter it only takes one time and no symptoms and it can go undetected for years.
One major problem with untreated Chlamydia can cause infertility in both men and women. The bacteria will cause many complications without treatment.

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