You should know that women are the main cause of sexually transmitted diseases in society, because if a woman is exposed to a sexually transmitted disease, she is more likely than men to be infected and it can be asymptomatic. As a result, if left untreated, it can transmit the disease to the community.
Complications of sexually transmitted diseases for women
Complications of sexually transmitted diseases in women are pelvic infections, followed by ectopic pregnancy or infertility, which unfortunately, treatment of sexually transmitted diseases will not restore female fertility.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
In general, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are divided into two major categories: treatable and incurable. According to the World Health Organization, 333 million new cases of treatable sexually transmitted diseases (syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia and trichomonas) occur worldwide each year. In other words, one in 20 young people a year develops treatable sexually transmitted diseases (excluding viral sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS).
Three decades ago, the most common sexually transmitted disease was gonorrhea, and two decades ago, the most common sexually transmitted disease was chlamydia infection; But currently the most common sexually transmitted diseases are infections with two types of human papillomavirus and herpes virus. Of course, these statistics are for the whole world. In some parts of the world, the most common type of sexually transmitted disease is different. There are also more than 30 types of sexually transmitted diseases, the most common of which are classified into four groups:
The most common sexually transmitted diseases:
Includes gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, inguinal granuloma and canker
These include hepatitis, herpes simplex, shingles, AIDS, human papillomavirus, and molluscum contagiosum, which appear as tiny warts.
Includes genital lice and scabies
Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
The best way to prevent sexually transmitted diseases is to avoid contact with an infected person and all of his or her natural fluids, even saliva.
– Proper use of condoms also reduces the risk of infection, but some diseases are contagious despite the use of condoms.
Of course, if necessary, relevant laboratory tests can be used to diagnose a person with a sexually transmitted disease. It should be noted that many infections are not detectable immediately after infection, so an appropriate period of time should be allowed for the test to be positive. Even some sexually transmitted diseases, such as human papillomavirus, may not be detected by accurate tests.
Another way to prevent it is to use a vaccine. Some viral sexually transmitted diseases, such as hepatitis, herpes simplex, and some types of human papillomavirus, are also effective vaccines.
Source: Iran Matlab