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  • 10 Important Facts That You Must Never Ignore About STIs
    This article clearly points out the ten most important facts you need to consider to keep yourself safe from sexually transmitted infections. It also provides you with adequate information about the types, nature and symptoms of the STIs.
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  • A Guide to Anal Warts
    Anal warts, known in the medical profession as condyloma, are growths caused by infection by the human pappilloma virus (HPV) and are usually found on the skin around the anus (rectal opening), inside the anal canal or in the lower rectum. Anal warts are usually but not exclusively transmitted through sexual intercourse, usually anal intercourse, which makes the problem prevalent in the gay community. It can take from one to six months from time of exposure to the initial outbreak, but sometimes the time span has been known to take years.
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    (Added: Sat Apr 22 2006 Hits: 672 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • A Look at Genital Warts
    The most common types of human pappilloma virus (HPV) are the culprits behind the cause of genital warts. The good news is that this type of wart usually goes away on its own, requiring little or no treatment in the process. For this reason there is a split in medical opinion about the best course of action to take when confronted with a case of genital warts.
    http://e-warts.com
    (Added: Sat Apr 22 2006 Hits: 759 Downloads: 0 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)   Rate It   Review It   Details   LinkBack
  • A Look at Vaginal Warts
    Once again, the human pappilloma virus (HPV) rears its ugly head. This time transmitted through sexual contact, it has landed and taken up residence in a woman�s vagina. And knowing that it is the most common virus in existence, knowing that there are 50 million people infected with HPV, doesn�t help. There is a degree of shame and humiliation once it is recognized that forces a lot of people to not see a doctor and makes others feel odd about sex. There are at least one hundred different types of HPV and thirty of them are transmitted sexually.
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  • Chlamydia
    Chlamydia is the MOST common sexually transmitted disease in the United States. This year approximately 3 million Americans will be infected with Chlamydia. Many won't even know it.
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  • Diagnosing Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea
    Chlamydia and gonorrhoea are the two most commonly experienced sexually transmitted bacterial infection. Read further to learn more about how these infections can be diagnosed.
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  • Genital Wart Symptoms
    Not everybody that is infected by the human pappilloma virus (HPV) will have warts that show somewhere on the body. More often than not there are no visible symptoms and many people have been known to go through their entire lives without an outbreak. When genital wart symptoms do develop, it is usually within two or three months following the initial infection. In some cases, symptoms did not develop for many years after infection. The most prominent genital wart symptoms to watch out for if you suspect you�ve been infected are irritation, itching and bleeding from one spot somewhere in the area of your genitals or anus. For women this also includes the interior of the vagina.
    http://e-warts.com
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  • Importance of Taking an STD Test
    Sexually transmitted diseases are increasing at a drastic rate even in the recent times. These infections are contagious and very harmful for your physical immune system. This article provides you with details about diagnosing these problems by taking an STD test.
    http://www.labsdirect.com/
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