How to judge yourself to have sexual disease? Seven preventable diseases for daily attention
How do you know you have a sexually transmitted disease? Sexually transmitted diseases are common infectious diseases. Today I will learn about them with Xiao Bian.
How to know that you have sexually transmitted diseases should be considered from three aspects
1. STD symptoms. The common symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases are frequent urination, painful urination, burning sensation of urethra, red and swollen urethra mouth, and pus outflow in men. The increase of female leucorrhea has a bad smell, which is manifested as pain during urination and sexual intercourse.
Both men and women can have herpes, induration, ulcers, warts, etc. near the genitals. But not all sexually transmitted diseases can see these symptoms. Some people, especially some women, have no obvious symptoms after getting sexually transmitted diseases; Some people have herpes and ulcers in hidden places, such as the vagina of women and the foreskin of men's penis; Some sexually transmitted diseases (such as syphilis) can be first manifested in other parts of the body, such as lips, pharynx and other parts. Therefore, the absence of genital symptoms does not necessarily indicate the absence of sexually transmitted diseases; People without obvious symptoms can still transmit sexually transmitted diseases.
2. Have you ever had sex with someone you don't know.
3. Have you ever had direct or indirect non-sexual contact with patients with sexually transmitted diseases. Such as kissing syphilis patients. In addition to the genitals and perineum, the lesions of syphilis patients can also occur in the lips and tongue. There are many treponema pallidum in these lesions. Patients like kissing are likely to be infected with syphilis. Or contact with the patient's secretions, which contain pathogens that can cause sexually transmitted diseases, such as gonorrhea, which can be transmitted through indirect contact.
What should STD patients pay attention to daily?
1. Abstain from alcohol
Drinking is a taboo for STD patients. Drinking alcohol will weaken the body's resistance, promote the deterioration and spread of inflammation, and venereal diseases will cause degeneration or prostatitis, orchitis and other complications. Drinking is still an important reason for the recurrence of sexually transmitted diseases.
2. Disease prevention
A common phenomenon in life is that when a patient has a high fever, a series of blisters often appear on his lips. In fact, this is the herpes simplex virus that lurks in the body. When the body's immunity is reduced due to illness, it comes out to make trouble. Illness will weaken the body's immunity, leading to the recurrence or aggravation of the original venereal disease. Genital herpes, condyloma acuminatum, etc. are easy to recur under the stimulation of systemic or local inflammation; Diabetes, AIDS and other diseases will aggravate the original sexually transmitted diseases. Repeated infection of sexually transmitted diseases will push the disease to the edge of incurrence. Therefore, after suffering from sexually transmitted diseases, attention should be paid to prevention and active treatment of other diseases in the body, especially to avoid re-infection of sexually transmitted diseases.