Suggested Reads about Sexual Conditions
New at-Home Test Approved for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
People who want to be tested for the sexually transmitted diseases chlamydia and gonorrhea are now able to do so without leaving their homes.
CDC Recommends ‘Morning-After Pill’ Antibiotic Against STDs
U.S. health officials want the nation’s health care providers to consider prescribing a common antibiotic to gay and bisexual men for use as a morning-after pill to prevent common sexually transmitted diseases.
As U.S. Syphilis Cases Rise, Those at the Epicenter Scramble
It was just a routine checkup -- or so she thought. One woman’s syphilis scare mirrors thousands of others amid a syphilis outbreak in the U.S., with Houston at the epicenter.
19th-Century Doctors Prescribed a Dangerous Douche: Liquid Mercury
Patients dabbed it on their sores or inhaled it. Doctors administered it using a device made by a French instrument-maker: a receptacle for holding the liquid mercury compound, with a green hose and attachments of various sizes for insertion into the vagina or urethra.
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