Are STDs Curable?

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GoodHealthGuide.org – Are STDs curable?  Yes, for some, and the others may be deadly. There are two types of STDs; curable and incurable. The curable STDs include Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Trichomoniasis, Syphilis, Scabies, and crabs can be cured by using medicines from doctor. Meanwhile, the incurable STDs do not have a cure.

STD is a disease that is mostly transmitted through unsafe sex behaviors or diseases often experienced by drugs users who use needles in turn. The other transmission is through heredity. The HIV partner is most likely to transmit the disease to her child. Only 0.6% of total HIV-infected children are born without this deadly virus.

Curable STD’s

1. Chlamydia

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Chlamydia is a bacterial STD. You can use a round of antibiotics.

2. Gonorrhea

Just like the Chlamydia, Gonorrhea is also a bacterial STD. Sometimes, it can be cured with antibiotics, but recently there is an antibiotics-resistance gonorrhea that needs different medication.

3. Trichomoniasis

This is a parasitic STD. Antibiotic helps you with this disease.

4. Syphilis

It must be treated immediately or it may damage another organ. You can use penicillin in the early stages. Higher stages need higher dose of penicillin, but once the disease gone, the damage still remain and need to be treated by doctor.

 

Incurable STD’s

1. HIV

HIV is the worst STD. This disease will kill someone slowly and painfully. This disease attacks the human immune system which means a patient will be susceptible to disease (whatever) and not cured. Until now there is no drug that can cure this disease. Drugs that exist only inhibit and not heal. This disease usually ends in death after the patient has been sick for a long time. This disease will also cause paralysis, blindness, and extreme weight loss.

2. Oral and genital herpes

Genital and oral herpes caused by HSV. The disease is characterized by a small pimple which then forms a lesion (wound). The disease has an active period and not, like other recurrent diseases. When not active then the patient will not experience lesions and the possibility of transmission is very small. Conversely if it is active, then the patient will experience lesions in the mouth or genitals. Lesions are wounds that can easily transmit herpes.

3. Chronic hepatitis B and C

Genital and oral herpes caused by HSV. The disease is characterized by a small pimple which then forms a lesion (wound). The disease has an active period and not, like other recurrent diseases. When not active then the patient will not experience lesions and the possibility of transmission is very small. Conversely, if it is active, then the patient will experience lesions in the mouth or genitals. Lesions are wounds that can easily transmit herpes.

4. HPV

Human papillomavirus should get serious treatment. At some level, the virus can trigger the occurrence of cancer (especially in women). Cancer that often appears is cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is the second highest killer of women after breast cancer. This virus activity can be called undetected. Patients usually will not show any symptoms. Pap test routine is one of the best steps to find out whether or not this virus in a person’s body.

Save sex and drugs free are two of the best ways to avoid STD. Both curable and incurable STDs are dangerous for our health and it also shameful in many ways. So, are STDs curable? Doesn’t matter, they are all dangerous so getting sexual health test is advisable.

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