Sexually transmitted infections

Sexually transmitted diseases are infections that pass from one person to another during sexual contact

Most common types

  • Human papillomavirus infection: An infection that causes warts in different regions of the body depending on the particular strain causing it
  • Genital herpes: A frequent sexually transmitted infection manifested as genital pain and sores
  • Chlamydia: It's a common, sexually transmitted infection that may not cause symptoms
  • Gonorrhea: A sexually transmitted bacterial infection that leads to infertility if it is not adequately untreated.
  • HIV/AIDS: HIV causes AIDS and interferes with body's ability to fight infections
  • Syphilis: A bacterial infection frequently spread by sexual contact starting as an painless sore.