sexually transmitted disease

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Related to sexually transmitted disease: trichomoniasis, chlamydia, Sexually transmitted infections
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Synonyms for sexually transmitted disease

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They experienced no major 'new' epidemics of sexually transmitted diseases or pelvic inflammatory diseases but rather the opposite, and they probably also gained some protection against cancer of the cervix.
osloensis, may produce an identical clinical picture should limit presumptions regarding sexually transmitted diseases until a precise microbiologic diagnosis is made.
He could not have anticipated the tragic tsunami of sexually transmitted diseases that have occurred since his time.
adults, ages 18 to 35, say they take "necessary" steps to protect themselves against sexually transmitted diseases, 82 percent of participants said they don't use protection during oral sex.
com, says it also partnered with the CDC and the San Francisco health department to provide site users information about sexually transmitted diseases following the syphilis outbreaks.
Dr Byrne said: "With modern values and a highly mobile and much travelled population, sexually transmitted disease is no longer an urban problem and is now just as likely to be seen in a rural-provincial setting.
Estimates of the incidence and prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases in the United States.
The most startling view of all, however, is that some minorities don't believe there is a problem, mainly because they don't trust the sexually transmitted disease statistics.
True or false: Almost everyone who gets a sexually transmitted disease will develop some symptoms.
Sexually transmitted disease products will make up 20 to 35 per cent of this total.
By approaching STDs from three separate angles: education, assessment and now easy access to STD testing and results; our company hopes that nOOkist[R] can further help combat the spread of sexually transmitted diseases and allow those not only living with sexually transmitted diseases, but also those who are at risk for obtaining a sexually transmitted disease, have easy access to the resources necessary to live a happy, healthy and safe sex life.
At the time, some detractors alleged that vaccinating young girls against HPV, a sexually transmitted disease that can cause cervical, vulvar and vaginal cancers, would encourage sexual activity and unsafe sexual practices.
Thomas Wong of the Public Health Agency of Canada says: "LGV isn't the only sexually transmitted disease we're seeing.
Self-collection of Vaginal Swabs for the Detection of Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Trichomoniasis: Opportunity to Encourage Sexually Transmitted Disease Testing Among Adolescents.
The currently low incidence of syphilis represents "a small window of opportunity that we cannot [afford to] lose," says Charlie Rabins, chief of the sexually transmitted disease section of the Illinois Department of Public Health in Springfield.
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