Sexually hazardous behaviors!

A Disease Of Sexual Behavior!

The common sense and habit in our society has caused the general level of information about sexually transmitted diseases to be low. This little awareness, especially among young people, may lead to further risks, and it is therefore appropriate for some of these to be explained to the general public so as not to threaten the health of the community by preventing high-risk behaviors. Knowing such essential warnings is also helpful for parents and even spouses.

Sexually hazardous behaviors!

Bacteria leading to infertility

Sexually hazardous, Types and types of viruses, bacteria and parasites can be transmitted from one person to another through sexual contact. Unfortunately, for viral sexually transmitted diseases such as hepatitis, herpes, HPV and …, there are no clear and effective antiviral treatments, but bacterial infections are easier to treat, provided they are diagnosed on time. In general, the most common forms of parasitic diseases are its bacterial types. The most common bacterial diseases include gonococcal (gonorrhea) and chlamydia. These diseases do not cause a lot of symptoms. As a result, the person may be affected, but not notice it.

Symptoms are usually mild secretion, genital burning and pelvic pain that can be treated easily by conventional antibiotics if detected early. An important issue with these two diseases is the development of uterine infections that causes infertility in young women. In fact, because they do not have high noise marks, they may not even notice it and do not go for treatment. As a result, these germs can gradually move from lower areas to the upper regions, the uterus and the uterine tubes, and lead to adhesions and infertility. So the timely diagnosis of these two diseases is very important.

Syphilis is still prevalent!

Syphilis, a relatively familiar name, is another serious bacterial infection that can be transmitted through sexual contact. In fact, Syphilis, unlike some people’s imagination, is not eradicated at all and is still very common. Most people wonder if they say there is a high risk of syphilis because they think this disease is no longer there. In the past, when antibiotics were restricted, syphilis was even more common. Fortunately, syphilis germs are very sensitive to antibiotics and its main treatment is penicillin.

Syphilis is completely curable, but if the affected person does not notice it, it can be very dangerous. The disease may not show itself at an early stage, but only be seen as a small pimple, but the second and third stages are very dangerous and the third stage can be fatal. Such as the central nervous system, the brain, joints, and … causing severe complications. Other bacterial sexually transmitted diseases can be referred to as chancroid, causing chronic genital ulcers. Fortunately, if it is diagnosed, it can be treated with various antibiotics.


Cancerous virus, both in men and women, both!

Another serious and common viral infection, especially in people with a high number of contacts and a large number of sexual partners, is genital warts or HPV. Many people are infected with the virus, but they may not have clear clinical symptoms or skin lesions. As a result, the virus is easily transmitted through sexual contact. It may be a common genital warts that can be cured by various means, such as burning, freezing, etc., but unfortunately in the long run it can be very dangerous.

Some types of the virus in women tend to increase the risk of cervical cancer, which has so far been recognized as the most common cause of cervical cancer. This virus can cause genital cancers not only in women but also in men. Therefore, it is necessary to take necessary measures regarding the treatment and preventive measures.

Genital herpes has no definitive treatment

Another important and common virus that can be transmitted through sexual contact is herpes, the herpes virus that causes genital herpes. Symptoms like herpes on other parts of the body. In a genital area, a painful boil occurs and usually takes a week to 10 days to improve on its own. The disease, like herpes, does not have a definite treatment, and if a person gets it once, the disease recurs once and for all.

The important thing is that even when a person has no herpes, he can transmit the virus through the genitals to another person. Also, if a woman is infected and pregnant, the virus can be easily transmitted to the fetus, causing complications in the baby. Genital disorders interfere with reproductive and reproductive systems, other than on the genitals. It should be noted that the AIDS virus and hepatitis B can also be transmitted from mother to fetus.

Hepatitis B vaccine is not forgotten!

Of the virus family after the top HIV virus, hepatitis B virus can also be transmitted through sexually transmitted infections, although he does not have a hepatitis B vaccine. Even if the affected person does not have the relevant symptoms, including jaundice or jaundice, it can be the carrier of the disease. Hepatitis B vaccine is currently commonly used in all children in Iran, but people over the age of 22 may not have received the vaccine since childhood, so they can go to health centers to inject this vaccine. Hepatitis C and A have also been reported to be transmitted through sexual contact, but they are much less likely to be detected than hepatitis B, and very rarely happens.



“Trichomoniasis vaginalis” or “Trichomoniasis” is a kind of parasite that is transmitted through genital secretions. This parasite usually does not cause symptoms in men, but in women it can cause severe discharge, pelvic pain and other discomforts, and if not treated, it can lead to long-term complications on the reproductive system and infertility. Lice of the moth is another parasite that can be transmitted through sexual intercourse. In this way, if a person has lice on the hair of the genital area, it can easily transfer it to another person. Galls or griffs are also a parasitic agent and can be transmitted by someone else to the skin if a person has this skin disease.

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