Gonorrhea - What Happens
Learn how syphilis develops.
Gonorrhea - Exams and Tests
Read about exams and tests doctors use to diagnose trichomoniasis.
Genital Herpes - What Happens
You can become infected with genital herpes when the herpes simplex virus (HSV) enters the body through sexual or other direct contact with herpes sores.
Gonorrhea - What Increases Your Risk
Risk factors for sexual problems include a current or long - term history of: Exhaustion, often from round-the-clock care of a baby or small children and/or parenting and having a job. And normal hormonal changes linked to pregnancy, recovery from pregna
Physical Exam for Genital Warts (Human Papillomavirus) for Men
A visual exam of the penis and anus is most important to diagnose genital warts in men. A magnifying glass may be used to help locate abnormal tissue. ...
Genital Herpes - Topic Overview
What is genital herpes? Learn about this sexually transmitted disease (STD) that may cause skin blisters and sores in the genital area.
HIV: Giving Support - Topic Overview
The United States Preventive Services Task Force,United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,American Academy of Pediatrics,and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommend that all pregnant women be screened for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. This is because early detection and treatment are the key to preventing newborn HIV infection. 1 ...
Genital Herpes - Prevention
Learn about measures you can take to prevent sexually transmitted disease (STD).
HIV and Exercise - Topic Overview
People who are infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) have an increased risk for developing a tuberculosis (TB) infection. Their risk for a TB infection doubles in the first year they developed the HIV infection. 1 If they have latent TB,which cannot be spread to others,they are at risk for the infection becoming an active disease,which can be spread to others. Active TB in ...
Gonorrhea - Cause
A woman's sexuality is a complex mix of mental, emotional, and physical signals. A problem in one area can grow to involve others. For example, a physical problem can lead to fear of pain, and the fear can lead to guilt about its effect on your partner. S