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Understanding the most common sexually transmitted diseases help us to better manage and control it.

Through understanding, we can:

  • Cure or control many STDs
  • Lessen the symptoms of STDs
  • Make it less likely that you will spread the disease
  • Stay healthier

Do not try to treat an STD yourself. Consult a doctor for the best treatment methods.

This page lists the most common STDs for men and women, providing general to detailed information on the symptoms and treatment of the diseases. Click a disease name to go to the page you want to know.

We are still constantly working for bringing more helpful information about STDs to provide our readers knowledge for a better and healthier life.

(BV) A very common vaginal infections, caused by excessive growth of bacteria found in the vagina. Can be easily treated.

A bacterial infection causes open sores around the genitals of men and women. Highly contagious but curable.

Very common bacterial infection that usually does not have any symptoms. Can be easily treated.

Common bacterial infection that affects the mucus membranes of the eyes, mouth, throat, and rectum. Can be easily treated.

An STD occurring more frequently in males and frequently occur in the lungs.

HIV is an infection that destroys the body’s immune system and leads to AIDS. Cannot be cured, but treatment can help you stay healthy.

A disease commonly caused by a viral infection and also drugs, or alcohol that causes inflammation of the liver.

Infection by HSV (herpes simplex virus) causes sores on the genitals and/or mouth. Cannot be treated but can be controlled.

The most common STI that affects the genital area. Usually harmless, but can lead to cancer.

A STD caused by a parasitic organism that related to certain types of bacteria. Can be cured if diagnosed and treated early.

Skin infection caused by a virus that is not particularly harmful or painful. Can be treated completely.

Known as Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, an infection of the reproductive organs in women. Can be treated if diagnosed early.

Parasites that attach to the hair and skin near the genital area, causing red areas, sores and itching. Uncomfortable, but can be treated.

Skin condition that causes severe to continuous itching and rashes. Can be treated.

Common STD bacterial infection to mouth, lips, the genital area, or anus of both men and women. Curable with prompt treatment.

Common parasitic infection that causes vaginal discharge, genital itching. Can be treated.

Known as Urinary Tract Infection, bacterial infection of any part of the urinary tract. Can be treated, even with only home remedies.

Inflammation or infection of the vagina that causes discharge,  burning, itching or pain. Can be treated.

Common fungal infection of the genitals that causes inflammation, irritation, itching, and vaginal discharge. Can be treated.

(BV) A very common vaginal infections, caused by excessive growth of bacteria found in the vagina. Can be easily treated.

A bacterial infection causes open sores around the genitals of men and women. Highly contagious but curable.

Very common bacterial infection that usually does not have any symptoms. Can be easily treated.

Common bacterial infection that affects the mucus membranes of the eyes, mouth, throat, and rectum. Can be easily treated.

An STD occurring more frequently in males and frequently occur in the lungs.

HIV is an infection that destroys the body’s immune system and leads to AIDS. Cannot be cured, but treatment can help you stay healthy.

A disease commonly caused by a viral infection and also drugs, or alcohol that causes inflammation of the liver.

Infection by HSV (herpes simplex virus) causes sores on the genitals and/or mouth. Cannot be treated but can be controlled.

The most common STI that affects the genital area. Usually harmless, but can lead to cancer.

A STD caused by a parasitic organism that related to certain types of bacteria. Can be cured if diagnosed and treated early.

Skin infection caused by a virus that is not particularly harmful or painful. Can be treated completely.

Known as Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, an infection of the reproductive organs in women. Can be treated if diagnosed early.

Parasites that attach to the hair and skin near the genital area, causing red areas, sores and itching. Uncomfortable, but can be treated.

Skin condition that causes severe to continuous itching and rashes. Can be treated.

Common STD bacterial infection to mouth, lips, the genital area, or anus of both men and women. Curable with prompt treatment.

Common parasitic infection that causes vaginal discharge, genital itching. Can be treated.

Known as Urinary Tract Infection, bacterial infection of any part of the urinary tract. Can be treated, even with only home remedies.

Inflammation or infection of the vagina that causes discharge,  burning, itching or pain. Can be treated.

Common fungal infection of the genitals that causes inflammation, irritation, itching, and vaginal discharge. Can be treated.

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