10 Types Of Male and Female Genital Diseases (No. 9 Most Dangerous) - ASSISTENT DOCTOR

10 Types Of Male and Female Genital Diseases (No. 9 Most Dangerous)

Genital disease is a type of disease caused by the spread of bacteria through sexual intercourse or syringe that has been contaminated by the disease. If you hear a genital disease, things will arise in our minds. It is not a common secret if most genital diseases are very dangerous and difficult to cure. Read more about the following kinds of genital diseases.

Various Kinds Of Genital Diseases
Male and female genital diseases tend to be transmitted through unrestraint free sex and unhealthy living patterns such as lazy self-care. The following are the various types of genital diseases of men and women most commonly suffered:

1. Gonorrhea
This type of genital disease is caused by Neisseria gonorrhea bacteria, usually known as urine. The infection begins a few days to several weeks after an intimate relationship with the person infected with this genital disease. A typical symptom of this disease is the discharge of white or greenish yellow liquids such as pus at the end of the penis and vagina.

When urination can be painful, the symptoms of the venereal disease may sometimes be felt. While symptoms of gonorrhea in women are usually very mild or do not feel at all, but if untreated genital disease can be severe and cause infertility.

2. Chlamydia
Is a sexually transmitted disease caused by the trachomatic Chlamydia bacteria. This disease is usually about women and young men who are sexually active.

Symptoms that can be experienced in the form of pain or burning sensation during urination, pain during sexual intercourse, discharge of white fluid from the genitals and difficult to conceive. However, often affected sufferers do not experience specific symptoms so that treatment usually does not start early.

3. Herpes Genitalis
This genital disease is caused by Herpes Simplex Viruses (HSV), symptoms of genital Herpes arise between 3 to 10 days after having sex with a sufferer of the genital disease.

The incidence of fluid-filled blisters accompanied by a reddish rash on the genital area. Patients usually experience pain, sore, feeling burned, accompanied by the scarred lymph nodes in the groin, in 5 to 10 days the symptoms will disappear.

Herpes survives in the body and can arise again sometime. Women are often unaware that she suffers from herpes because blisters occur inside the vagina.

4. Genital Yeast Infection
The cause of most common fungal infections of the genitals is fungal species of Candida albicans or also called candidiasis, which causes the itching and red color under the skin of the male calamine that is not circumcised. In women, it will come out a viscous white fluid like a cheese that causes itching. This yeast infection can be cured with topical antifungal medication (oles) or oral (drinking).

5. Syphilis
The disease is caused by bacteria Treponema pallidum. Syphilis genital disease occurs between 3 weeks to 3 months after having sex with the sufferer of the genital disease.

Syphilis disease has 4 stages:

At the primary (first) stage. Clinical symptoms of ulcer lesions such as canker sores with harsh inpain in the genital area. These lesions usually heal by themselves without treatment, but the bacteria are actually not lost, but the disease will continue to the second stage.
In the second stage. Reddish patches occur throughout the body, usually not accompanied by itching and presence of brown patches on both palms. These lesions will also heal themselves but when left untreated, the disease will continue, getting worse and going into more severe stages.

The latent stage of syphilis is when there are no signs or symptoms of syphilis that seem. If not treated immediately, patients with syphilis can continue to have syphilis in the body for years without signs or symptoms.

Tertiary stage. Usually untreated syphilis sufferers do not undergo tertiary syphilis. However, when it happens, it can affect many different organ systems. These include the heart and blood vessels, and the brain & nervous system. Tertiary syphilis is very serious and will occur 10-30 years after the infection begins. In tertiary syphilis, the disease damages the internal organs and can lead to death.

6. Genital Warts
Warts caused by Human papillomavirus (HPV), appear in the form of one or many bwarts or lumps between a month to a year after having intercourse with the genital disease sufferer.

In general it can not be seen in women because it is located inside the vagina, or in men because it is too small.

The symptoms are lumps that appear like cauliflower or chicken cockerers on the penis or anus. This genital warts can be tested with a layer of vinegar. This type of genital disease can be serious in women because it can cause cervical cancer. The good news, warts on gender is curable, women have to run a Pap smear every time they switch intimate couples.

7. Genital Lice
This is due to the pubis of Pedikulosis. The size of the genital lice is very small (smaller or equal to 1/8 inch), gray-tanned, settled on the pubic hair. This condition can be cured by liquid medications that are rubed on the genital hair.

8. Mites
Similar to genital lice, but smaller in size and settled under the skin. The genital disease is due to the sarcoptes scabies mite, which causes minor injuries and itching throughout the body.

Usually doctors will give a cream or lotion containing Permethrin or Sulfur which should be used once a week.

Meanwhile, clothes, bedspreads and towels should be washed after treatment, because the lice can settle on the cloth.

Genital diseases due to the most serious intercourse, cause no work of the immune system.

This is the most dangerous sexually transmitted disease because it causes damage to the body's immunity, so the body is susceptible to all kinds of diseases. There are no noticeable symptoms without blood research. This disease can lead to death after ten years of infected HIV virus.

HIV/IDS transmitted through intercourse and the use of syringes simultaneously.

10. Trichomoniasis
Trichomoniasis is a common sexually-reviewed disease (PMS) that can affect both males and females. However, women are more likely to experience symptoms. This infection is caused by a single-cell protozoa parasitic, Trichomonas vaginalis.

For women, the vagina is the most common place of infection, while in men it occurs on the urethra. Transmission may occur either through sexual intercourse or contact vulva-to-vulva.

While women can be infected from male or female sexual partners, men are almost always infected from having sex with women.

The symptoms of trichomoniasis include:
  •  Unpleasant smell
  • Greenish Yellow White
  • Pain or discomfort during intercourse
  • Painful urination
A woman with trichomoniasis is more likely to be exposed to HIV after being exposed to viruses. A woman with Trichomoniasis and HIV is also more likely to transmit HIV viruses to other sexual partners.

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