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Discover how a post-sex pill for STDs can reduce the risk of bacterial infections by up to 90%. Read the latest research and implications of this breakthrough solution
Explore the various types of non-itchy skin conditions, from flat spots to raised bumps, and learn about their symptoms, causes, and treatments.
Scrotal eczema is usually defined by a question we see frequently: ‘why is the skin on my balls peeling’. Find all of the answers here.
Learn how STDs can increase the risk of getting HIV, which STDs are more likely to do so, and how to prevent and treat both infections
The Pap smear test is a routine test used for women to screen for cervical cancer
When you experience an injury to your penis, the last thing you want to do is wait for it to heal.
If you missed it, the discovery of a “highly viral HIV variant” occurred recently. The bad news is that this variant seems more infectious than other virus strains. However, much remains unknown, so scientists are still working hard to determine how best to address it. In the meantime, it’s essential to be aware of the potential risks and take precautions as necessary. Keep reading for more information on this new strain of HIV and what you can do to stay safe.
Pubic Lice are considered a sexually transmitted disease and have become considerably rare now. In the past, two popular outbreaks of pubic lice were in the Israeli army between 1972 and 1999. However, the cases of pubic lice may still be more in regions of the world with a greater number of reported STDs; they still remain low in the United States. (1) This article explores whether pubic lice are associated with viral or bacterial infections, their transmission, diagnosis, and ways to eliminate them from the body.
Trichomonas Vaginalis is a protozoan that is a common cause of infection in the United States. It is most commonly found in the lower genital and urinary tract in females, while in males, it is found in the urethra and prostate.