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6 Must Know Facts about Cervical Cancer

6 Must Know Facts about Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is a dangerous disease that causes abnormal changes and damage to the cervix. Cervical cancer is also known as a silent killer that affects million women worldwide. It’s estimated that about 13,000 women in the U.S were diagnosed with the disease last year. And, more than 30% of affected women will die as a result of this diagnosis. Researchers found the number of new cases with cervical cancer has been decreased over the past decades. However, it is still the second most common cancer which may lead to death in women worldwide. Women of all ages can be at...
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Do Condoms Protect Against STDs?

Do Condoms Protect Against STDs?

By blocking the exchange of genital fluids, condoms are the best way to prevent STDs. In fact, consistent and correct use of condoms can reduce the risks of getting and spreading STDs. However, condoms cannot provide complete protection against any STDs. They cannot prevent the transmission of all STDs because some STDs can be spread through direct skin contact. The most reliable way to avoid them is to abstain from sex. If you have sex without protection, you may increase your risk of getting STDs. Furthermore, if you have many sexual partners, you should get regularly...
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How to Get a Sexually Transmitted Disease Without Having Sex

How to Get a Sexually Transmitted Diseas...

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are too common that most people who perform sex will have dangers to catch. Normally, sex is the main road leading STDs and other infections. An unhealthy sex life will put you at a risk of getting them at some point of your lifetime. It’s estimated that there are about 20 million new cases of STD in the US each year. You can be wondering how you catch it without having sex. But in fact, there’re lots of different ways can make you get an STD. Without having sex, you also get it. Common ways to catch an STD without having sex Kissing...
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STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) in Men: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment And Prevention

STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) in ...

These days, many men are suffering from several different types of STDs including genital warts, genital herpes, gonorrhea and Chlamydia. These STDs are caused by viruses, bacteria and parasites. Generally they can develop systemic symptoms and genital lesions or sores. However, some of STDs in men can produce no signs and symptoms. While some STDs can go away on their own, others may persist for life such as herpes and HIV infection. Unfortunately, there is no cure for STDs; but, you can control the symptoms by medications. And treatment for STDs should depend on the...