Archive for the 'Sexually Transmitted Diseases' Category

Lymphogranuloma Venerium

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Lymphogranuloma Venerium¬† is a transmitted medical condition, resulted from a bacterium that grows only within cells, called Chlamydia. The disease is resulted from forms of chlamydia trachomatis, other than those types that cause cervicitis and urethritis. Lymphogranuloma Venerium happens mostly in subtropical and tropical parts and is not common in the United States. Lymphogranuloma Venerium […]


Monday, March 28th, 2011

Gonorrhea is a disease, which is sexually transmitted and resulted from the bacteria, called neisseria gonorrhoeae, that infects the inner linings of the urethra, the whites of the rectum, and cervix. Gonorrhea can spread through the blood to other body’s parts, particularly, the joints and skin. In females, it can invade the genital tract to […]

Granuloma Inguinale

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

Granuloma Inguinale is a disease, which is sexually transmitted and is resulted from bacterium called Calymmatobacterium Granulomatis, that causes chronic inflammation of the genitals. Granuloma Inguinale is common in certain subtropical and tropical areas and occurs rarely in temperate climates. For example, in Northern of U.S, symptoms start about one to twelve weeks after getting […]


Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

Trichomoniasis is the urethra’s and vagina’s sexually transmitted disease resulted from a single-celled organism with a whiplike tail, called trichomonas vaginalis. Although, the bacterium may infect the genitourinary tract of either women or men, symptoms are most likely to appear in women. Appr. 20% of females have vagina trichomoniasis during reproductive years. In males, trichomonas […]

Genital Warts

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

Genital Warts (gondylomata acuminata) are warts around or in the penis, vagina, or rectum, resulted from sexually transmitted papillomavirus. Genital Warts are common and result in concerns because such warts can show an impaired immune system, and become infected with bacteria, and are unsightly. In females, papillomaviruses type 18 and 16, which happens in the […]

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