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    STDs in Women verses Men Sexually Transmitted Disease affects women and men differently due to various reasons. The first reason that has been noted are the differences in women and men’s reproductive organ systems the lining of a women’s vagina is thinner and more delicate than the skin that is covering the male penis which makes it easier for bacteria and viruses to penetrate into the body. The vagina of a women is the perfect breeding ground for bacteria to grow because it is a moist…

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    The Rise of Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually transmitted disease is among the most common infectious diseases in the world. “They are transmitted by infections that are passed from one person to another during any sexual contact.” (Parenthood) According to WebMD, “more than 65 million Americans have an incurable STD.” (WebMD) It is most common with the ages between 15 and 24. (WebMD) Having unprotected sex, sexual contact with multiple partners, or anyone forced to have sexual…

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    What are STDs (sexually transmitted diseases)? STDs are a disease that many people get from being sexually active. Some STDs are caused by different things other than being sexually active, such as sharing the same bedding, the same towel, same clothing, and toilet seats. Some STDs men will have symptoms and women won’t have symptoms. Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted disease that can be treated with antibiotics, it can be spread by doing oral, vaginal, or anal sex, Genital…

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    Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) or infections (STI) refer to “a variety of clinical syndromes caused by pathogens that can be acquired and transmitted through sexual activity” (Schuilig&Likis, 2013, p. 485). There are a variety of bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and ectoparasites that may contribute to the cause of a sexually transmitted infection. The knowledge of these microorganisms contributing to the infection resulted in changing the term from venereal disease, which primarily referred…

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    Sexually Transmitted Infections: Case Study Number Three A twenty-one year presented with complaints of vague lower abdominal pain, vaginal discharge (non-odorous), for two days. She reported a similar episode eight months ago that she did not seek medical care. Past medical History: Negative for any previous surgery or significant medical problems GYN/OB History: G0P0AB0, LMP two days ago, regular menses without pattern or flow concerns. She is sexually active with one partner and had has…

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    Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are among the most common infectious diseases in the United States today. Sexually transmitted diseases can harm people in several ways. Sexually transmitted diseases are very dangerous. They can passed from one person to another during sexual contact. There are many kinds of sexually transmitted diseases and infections and they are very common. Sexually transmitted diseases can affect guys and girls of all ages and…

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    The most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States is chlamydia and the disease may cause serious damage to an individual’s body (Pommerville, 2014). Many individuals are usually unaware that they are a carrier of the disease due to unnoticeable symptoms. Chlamydia may be passed through vaginal, oral, or anal sex, and may me passed from mother to her fetus. No individual is immune to this sexually transmitted disease. Knowing the characteristics of the microorganism, the…

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    Introduction Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) are a combination of more than 25 infectious diseases caused by different types of bacteria and viruses. These viruses and bacteria have a negative impact on the American population because most often it is unnoticed and comes with no warning sign. With no cautionary signs, STDs can be transported from one individual to another through sexual contact. In light of this knowledge, STDs is in need of annihilation in the United States, because…

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    These systems have many diseases and infections, whose consequences are terrible ones that lead to death or survive by treatment. One of the diseases of the reproductive system is syphilis which a sexually transmitted disease caused by a type of bacteria, it can affect the vagina, anus, urethra or penis and one disease of the nervous system is meningitis is an inflammation (swelling) of the protective membranes covering the brain and spinal cord known as the meninges,it can be caused by a…

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    Eastfield Community College Sexually Transmitted Disease: Chlamydia Sandra Rodriguez BIOL 2402.46203 Sal Frisella 3 August 2017 Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease that affects roughly 300,000 people anually (NCBI.NIH.gov). Gonorrhea is caused by the spread of an infectious microbe called Neiserria gonorrhoeae. This bacterium grows and multiplies in warm and moist environments, which is why it is mostly found in the mucous membranes of the reproductive tract and the mouth. Like…

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