One of the oldest and classic venereal diseases is syphilis, transmitted through sexual contact. This disease does not choose the gender, it is equally affected by both women and men (most often at reproductive age). Everyone has heard about him, everyone is afraid of him. This disease is characterized by damage to the skin, mucous membranes, it affects and disables the cardiovascular system, stomach and liver, nervous system and bone and joint.
Gonorrhea is a genital infection, about a quarter of a billion clinical cases are recorded annually. Despite modern methods of treatment, the disease is not fully controlled: the causative agent of gonorrhea mutates, gradually becoming resistant to modern antibiotics. The disease begins very rapidly.
Among the sexually transmitted diseases, trichomoniasis - occupies a leading position. It is terrible to imagine, but every fifth inhabitant of the planet is faced with this disease, whether he knows about it or not. About 10% of this number are pregnant girls. Infection occurs in such women, naturally not without serious complications for the fetus.
Gonorrhea is a classic representative of the group of infectious diseases that are sexually transmitted. In women, this venereal disease due to the structure of the reproductive system proceeds with certain nuances. Gonorrhea can be a serious danger to women's health, because without appropriate treatment with drugs, the disease becomes chronic, as a result of which infertility can develop against this background.
Mycoplasma in women - microorganisms that are intermediate between bacteria, fungi and viruses. Mycoplasmas are usually attached to epithelial cells - the mucous membrane of the intestinal, respiratory, and urogenital tracts. Parasitic in host cells. At an appointment with a gynecologist, even an absolutely healthy woman can get her hands on the results of tests where mycoplasma is found.
Mycoplasma hominis genitalium refers to mycoplasmas affecting the urogenital tract in both women and men. It is transmitted only sexually from a sick person or carrier to a healthy one. Mycoplasma in men is more common in the form of carriage, but the representative of the stronger sex is not insured from the development of pathology.
Chlamydia in men is the most frequently diagnosed of all sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and the number of new infections continues to grow steadily. The high-risk group includes people of both sexes aged 16 to 25 years, but in fact, chlamydia can be infected by people from any age group.
Chlamydia is referred to as sexually transmitted diseases. Recently, this disease has become one of the most common diseases in the world. A certain role in this is played by the fact that in most cases, chlamydia in women for a long time proceeds without symptoms, so the girls do not even know about their condition.
Ureaplasmas are very small bacteria that live on the mucous membranes of the urinary tract or genital organs. Initially, ureaplasmas were referred to as mycoplasmas, but then they were isolated as a separate genus due to their unusual ability to break down urea. Ureaplasmosis in men is currently one of the most common diseases of the male urogenital sphere.
Trichomoniasis in men is a sexually transmitted sexually transmitted disease. The causative agent of this disease is Trichomonas, which belongs to the simplest unicellular microorganisms. There are about 50-60 species of these pathogens, but in the human body there are sexual, intestinal and oral Trichomonas.
Chlamydia is often the culprit in female infertility and miscarriage. It is one of the most common diseases in the world that can be transmitted through sexual contact. According to some studies, the symptoms of chlamydia occur in 5-15% of women and men who are sexually active.
Ureaplasma in women remains one of the most common inflammatory diseases of the urinary and genital organs, but the long-term existence of this disease in a latent, latent form becomes a feature of this disease. The causative agent of ureaplosmosis is the smallest bacteria of ureaplasma (Ureaplasma urealyticum).
Trichomoniasis, like other sexually transmitted diseases, is transmitted through unprotected sex. The source of infection is Trichomonas vaginalis. The disease occupies a leading position in its industry. Symptoms of hricomoniasis are manifested in lesions of the urethra, the prostate gland in men, and the vagina in women.
Syphilis is a serious disease characterized by damage to the skin, mucous membranes and internal organs of a person. It belongs to the classic sexually transmitted diseases. Unprotected intercourse with an unreliable or casual sexual partner can cause syphilis.
Mycoplasma is a parasitic or saprophytic bacteria that have a detrimental effect on the human body. They can provoke the occurrence of infertility in women and men, cause inflammatory diseases, as well as adversely affect the course of pregnancy. Genital mycoplasma and Mycoplasma hominis are the most common causative agents of mycoplasmosis in humans.
Candidiasis is a disease of the mucous membranes, skin, internal organs, caused by yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida. These fungi are often present inside the human body (in 30% of people) in small quantities, for example, in the mouth, vagina and intestines, without causing any problems.
Gonorrhea - refers to the classic sexually transmitted diseases and occurring with a lesion of the cylindrical epithelium of the urogenital tract. The causative agent is gonococcus (Neisseria gonorrhoeae). This microorganism soon dies in the external environment, but is very stable when it is inside the body.
Genital or genital herpes refers to viral diseases. This disease is one of the most common among sexually transmitted infections. Among the population of the planet, 20% are carriers of this type of herpes, of which only 5% of the population has pronounced clinical signs, in the remaining 15% the disease is without symptoms.