Common sexually transmitted diseases in women
There are several varieties of femalesexually transmitted diseases. With the development of science, knowledge in this field of medicine is also expanding. If before doctors knew only two diseases of this category (gonorrhea, syphilis), today this list has expanded: ureaplasmosis and chlamydia, herpes (genital), trichomoniasis and even AIDS.
Do not think that these diseases canto get around you. These kinds of infections can last for several months, and even years, live in a female body, without disturbing. If you have an accidental sexual intercourse, then in order to avoid infection you have seventy-two hours to contact the doctors. If the time has passed less than two hours, it is enough to rinse the genital area with any disinfectant solution that can kill germs.
Venereal diseases: symptoms
It is possible to infect these types of diseases,of course, and in contact with objects of personal use, objects of everyday life. But these cases in modern life are extremely rare. Venereal diseases in women are, often, infectious etiology, transmitted by sexual intimacy. The symptoms are quite different: from the types of infections in the genito-urinary organs to the systems of the human body as a whole. Still, there are several signs that there are sexually transmitted diseases in women.
Common symptoms that combine common types of diseases include elevated temperature and headache, weakness, malaise in the joints, muscle pain, and the like.
There are also specific symptoms that help to identify sexually transmitted diseases in women:
Unpleasant sensations (for example, burning) during urination, itching in the genital area and discharge with an unpleasant, specific odor - indicate trichomoniasis and gonorrhea.
The appearance of erosions and small vesicles in the genital area and buttocks - indicates the presence of herpes (genital).
Candidiasis (fungal disease) depends directlyfrom the location of the disease. If the infection affects the mucous membranes of the genitals or mouth, then the main symptoms are whitish-colored film dot-like plaques that arise after the redness of the shell or its dryness. If there are changes in the skin (redness, blisters, deformation of the nail rollers and plates) - this indicates the candidiasis of nails and skin.
Discomfort in the genital area (burning, itching) and the appearance of genital warts and warts on the affected areas - the symptoms of papillomavirus.
The appearance on the genitals of a solid chancre (and inthe case of domestic etiology - in other places), a significant increase in lymph nodes, changes in the composition of the blood, skin rashes and lesions of the nervous system indicate a secondary stage of syphilis. The chronic form of syphilis entails the destruction of cartilage and bone tissue, the appearance of ulcers on the skin.
There are sexually transmitted diseases in women,which manifest themselves as an acute respiratory disease, in rare cases, with an increase in the liver, spleen and lymph nodes. One such disease is cytomegalovirus.
The greatest number of symptoms is HIV,which causes AIDS. It can proceed as a prolonged diarrhea (cryptosporidiosis), pneumonia (pneumocystic), in the form of helminthiosis or toxoplasmosis, viral diseases and bacterial and fungal lesions. The patient has a fever (prolonged), a lesion of the skin (pustules), an increase in lymph nodes, skin rashes and lesions of the mucosa. A person loses weight, sometimes up to ten kilograms, or even more. Kaposi's sarcoma (among tumors) is the most common sign of AIDS.
The most unpleasant, invoking a lot of problems with health and tranquility in the family are venereal diseases. Treatment, started immediately, can help to avoid all these troubles.