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    • 3 Types of STDs Click on the type of STD above to get more information. 3. parasitic 2. Viral 1. Bacterial
    • 1. Bacterial
      • Bacterial STDs can be treated and cured.
      • If left untreated, they can cause serious health problems, even death
      • Many STD’s will not show any symptoms for a while, some not at all.
      • Common bacterial STDs (click on each for more details):
      MAIN Page Syphilis Gonorrhea Chlamydia
    • Chlamydia
      • Shows up 7-21 days after having sex.
      • Common symptoms:
        • Discharge coming out of genitals
        • Burning, pain or blood when you pee
        • Pain in belly, sometimes with fever and nausea
    • Gonorrhea (the Clap)
      • Shows up 2-21 days after having sex.
      • Common symptoms:
        • Thick yellow or white discharge coming out of genitals
        • Having a sore throat with a white or yellow discharge
        • Burning or pain when you pee or poop
        • Cramps and pain in the belly
    • Syphilis
      • 1st Stage
      • Symptoms show up 1-12 weeks after having sex.
      • A painless, reddish brown sore called chancre (pronounced, “can-ker”). Chancres form on the part of the body that was exposed to the syphilis bacteria, such as the penis, vagina, tongue, or mouth.
      • The disease can easily be passed to another person when sores are present.
      • Sores last 1-6 weeks and then heal on their own. If the infection is not treated during this early stage, it moves on to the 2 nd stage.
      • 2nd Stage
      • Symptoms show up 6 weeks to 6 months after sore appears.
        • A non-itchy rash anywhere on the body (usually palms of hand and soles of feet). The rash may appear as rough, reddish-brown spots the size of a penny on the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet.
        • Other symptoms may include mild fever, fatigue, headache, sore throat, as well as patchy hair loss, and swollen lymph glands throughout the body.
        • Rash and flu-like feelings go away (even without treatment), but you still have syphilis. If the infection is not treated during this early stage, it moves on to the 3 rd stage.
      • Later Stages of Syphilis
      • If syphilis remains untreated, the disease no longer shows symptoms.
      • Untreated syphilis can damage body organs, including the brain, nerves , eyes, heart, blood vessels, liver, bones, and joints. This damage may show up many years later as heart disease, mental illness, blindness, or other health problems, and cause death (20% of people who have advanced syphilis).
    • 2. Viral
      • Viral STDs can be treated but NOT cured.
      • If left untreated, they can cause serious health problems, even death.
      • Many STD’s will not show any symptoms for a while, some not at all.
      • Common viral STDs (click on each for more details):
      Hepatitis Herpes Genital Warts (HPV)
    • Genital Warts (HPV)
      • Show up 1-6 months after having sex
      • Common symptoms:
        • Small, bumpy warts on the sex organs and anus
        • Itching or burning around the sex organs
        • Even if warts do go away, you are still infected
    • Herpes
      • Shows up 2-30 days after having sex
      • Common symptoms:
        • Most people have no symptoms
        • Before you have an outbreak of Herpes you may have Flu-like feelings
        • Small, painful blisters on the sex organs and/or mouth.
        • Itching or burning before the blisters appear.
        • Blisters last 1-3 weeks.
        • Blisters go away, but you still have herpes. Blisters can come back.
      • With Herpes, there is no “safe” time to have sex – you always run the risk of infecting someone if you have the virus.
    • Hepatitis
      • There are 5 types of hepatitis, but A, B, & C are the most common and sexually transmitted.
      • Many times, Hepatitis can have no symptoms
      • Common symptoms :
        • Flu-like symptoms-nausea/vomiting
        • Loss of appetite
        • Fatigue
        • Pain in belly
        • Yellow skin or eyes
        • Muscle and joint aches
        • Dark color pee or poop
        • Itchy skin
      • Common strains of Hepatitis (click on each for more details):
      Hep C Hep B Hep A
    • Hepatitis A
      • Almost everyone who gets hepatitis A has a full recovery
      • Caused by eating or drinking infected food or water
      • Can also be caused by anal-oral contact during sex
      • While it can cause swelling in the liver, it doesn't lead to lifelong disease
    • Hepatitis B
      • Hepatitis B is spread by contact with an infected person's blood, semen, or other bodily fluid.
      • Hepatitis A and B vaccines are available, to prevent you from getting the disease!
      • You can get hepatitis B by:
      • Having unprotected sex (not using a condom) with an infected person
      • Sharing drug needles and other drug equipment (straws, dollar bills, pipes) for illegal drugs like heroin and cocaine
      • Getting a tattoo or body piercing with dirty (un-sterile) needles and tools that were used on someone else
      • Sharing a toothbrush, razor, or other personal items with an infected person
      • An infected woman can give hepatitis B to her baby at birth or through her breast milk
      • Through a bite from another person who has Hep B
      • With hepatitis B, the liver also swells. Hepatitis B can be a serious infection that can cause liver damage, which may result in cancer. Some people are not able to get rid of the virus, which makes the infection lifelong
    • Hepatitis C
      • There is no vaccine to prevent Hepatitis C, but treatment is available
      • Spread the same way as Hepatitis B, through contact with an infected person's blood, semen, or bodily fluid.
      • Like Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C causes swelling of the liver and can cause liver damage that can lead to cancer.
      • Most people who have Hepatitis C develop a chronic infection. This may lead to a scarring of the liver, called cirrhosis.
    • 3. parasitic
      • Parasitic STDs can be treated and cured.
      • If left untreated, they can cause serious health problems
      • Many STD’s will not show any symptoms for a while, some not at all
      • Common parasitic STDs (click on each for more details):
      Giardia Scabies Pubic Lice (Crabs)
    • Pubic Lice (Crabs)
      • What Are They?: Pubic lice cause itching of the genital area; visible lice or eggs in the pubic hair or eyelashes; bluish spots in the pubic area or thighs where the lice have bitten.
      • How To Get ‘Em: Direct skin to skin contact, including sexual contact, and shared articles, such as clothing and bed linen. A person can transmit pubic lice until the parasites and eggs are destroyed by treatment.
      • How to Get Rid of ‘Em: Public lice can be killed by special lotions that are available over- the-counter. A second treatment is needed only if lice or eggs remain after the first. Clothing and linen used in the past week should be washing in hot water and/or dried in a hot cycle, or dry cleaned.
    • Scabies
      • Common Symptoms : Scratching of small raised bumps, rashes, or blisters on skin. Itching can be intense, especially at night. Scabies often concentrate on the hands, wrists, genitals, breasts, stomach, waist, thighs, and buttocks.
      • What are They? : Caused by tiny parasites, called mites. Mites burrow beneath the skin of infested people. The mites lay eggs under the skin, causing bumps that can later erupt.
      • How to Get ‘Em : Spread by direct skin-to-skin contact, including sexual contact, and shared articles, such as clothing and bed linens. A person can transmit scabies or lice until the parasites and eggs are destroyed by treatment.
      • How to Get Rid of ‘Em : Available only by prescription. A second application is repeated one week after the first.
    • Giardia
      • Caused by a parasite in the intestines and spread from person to person by rimming (or eating ass).
      • Common symptoms :
        • Diarrhea, abdominal pain, and cramping
        • Bloating
        • Nausea and fatigue.
      • Symptoms do not begin for at least 7 days following infection.
      • If you experience any of these kinds of symptoms, consider getting tested for HIV and STDs.
      • Remember, many people will not experience ANY symptoms from STDs.
      • The only way to really know if you have STDs is to get tested regularly!