Venereal Disease (STD): Definition, Symptoms and Treatment
Definition of Venereal Disease
Venereal disease is a kind of disease that mainly transmits through sexual intercourse. So it’s called sexually transmitted disease, simple in STD. So far, more than 20 venereal diseases are listed as sexually transmitted diseases in foreign countries. Including the traditional five sexually transmitted diseases and nongonococcal urethritis, condyloma acuminatum, genital herpes, AIDS, bacterial vaginosis, vulvovaginal candidiasis, trichomoniasis, scabies, phthiriasis, etc.
Symptoms of Venereal Disease
Because venereal disease is a general term for a group of venereal diseases, so its symptoms are vary from disease to disease, some people have apparent clinical manifestation after the infection of venereal pathogen, however, there are some people who won’t have any symptoms at all. Men often have frequent urination, urgent urination, odynuria, urethral discharge and oscheocele; women often have abnormal vaginal discharge (increase, yellow color, odor, purulent or bloody, etc.), pruritus vulvae, lower abdominal pain, blisters, erosion, ulcers and vegetations appears in genital area; inguinal lymph node enlargement; skin rashes that are evenly distributed throughout the body, especially on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet.
Beijing Antai Hospital’s Treatment of Venereal Disease
After accurate examination to determine the type of venereal disease, Beijing Antai Hospital treats venereal disease according to its etiology, the effect is significant and fast, the treatment helps patient to maintain a happy and healthy sex life!