Frequently Raised Question About Sexually Transmitted Diseases

This time we are creating a blog where we post the frequently asked questions in various enquiries put up by our customers. Let us have a glimpse of such queries frequently raised by common people.

  • Why do some people call it STD’s and others STI’s?

Numerous doctors nowadays call this with the term “Sexually Transmitted Infections” whereas many others use the word “Sexually Transmitted Diseases”. Another most popular name it has is “Venereal Disease (VD)”. VD was not used in the common language by the doctors since it created a sense of negativity despite not being a bad word. STD is not different from STI’s. The latter is not a moral judgement on anyone. It simply emphasizes the fact that someone had a sexual intercourse.

  • How my health impacts my sexual relationship?

Definitely, your health can have a negative influence on your sexual relationship. It is crucial to find out whether you or your partner have sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhoea, chlamydia, herpes, HIV etc and get the best treatment before indulging in a relationship because leaving it untreated can result in passing it on the infection to your partner too through oral sex, fingering or any other kinds of sexual activities too and not just through intercourse.

  • What is the most common STD’s spread among the youths?

Chlamydia is the most common type of sexually transmitted diseases among youths nowadays. It is also reported that 80-90% of all women worldwide suffer from this STD and the worst part is that it does not show any symptoms. Even though it is more common among women, only around 33% of the men are diagnosed with chlamydia. The next frequently occurring STD is HPV. Some types of HPV do cause cervical cancer and genitals of women and men respectively. Meeting the expert sexologist can help cure the disease.

  • Will I be infected by sitting on a public toilet?

It is a popular myth that you will be infected with sexually transmitted diseases if you use a public toilet. However, it is worth knowing that the germs have evolved enough to allow them to thrive inside the human body and not only in toilet seats or handles alone. Beware that you will be diagnosed with STD’s if anyone with the disorder has used it before you.
Mentioned above are some of the frequently asked questions we have shortlisted from the list of enquiries from our customer. Do you have any queries to ask for? Roy Medicals, the sexual disorder treatment centre support and give you an immediate response to your query at the earliest.
For Free Online Consultation and Queries , visit: http://www.roymedicalhall.com/service/venereal-diseases/.

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