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Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI)

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) aren't the end of the world. In fact, they're extremely common, and we don't want you to feel defeated if you've contracted one. This group is an excellent resource for content related to the prevention and treatment of STIs, as well as a safe place for you to voice any concerns related to the topic.

How to Treat a Genital Wart Outbreak Naturally

Treatment options for HPV vary with different people.... Read More ▶

Millions Have Chlamydia and Don't Know It - Should YOU Be Tested? Here's What the CDC Recommends...

Venereal disease happens. Any person who has had sexual relations has the potential to contract a sexually related illness. This sounds like an obvious fact.… Read More ▶

Is Self-Testing for Sexually Transmitted Illness a Good Idea?

There 's an increasing trend toward individuals self-diagnosing their sexually transmitted illnesses. As a doctor I have my doubts about this practice. Read More ▶

Can You Get Genital Warts from a Toilet Seat?

Put simply, no, you cannot get genital warts from a toilet seat. Read More ▶

6 Conditions Commonly Mistaken for Venereal Warts

There are several conditions or even normal features of genitalia that may be mistaken for genital warts. Here are just 6 common examples. Read More ▶

Genital Herpes - Should You Be Screened?

Counseling people about sexually transmitted illnesses is not as easy as it used to be.With herpes, this is particularly frustrating. If I have a patient… Read More ▶

HPV Vaccines

Two vaccines are available to prevent the human papillomavirus (HPV) types that cause most cervical cancers. These vaccines are Cervarix (GlaxoSmithKline) and Gardasil (Merck). One… Read More ▶

Government Recommends Gardasil, Potentially Dangerous HPV Vaccine

Merck has now added autoimmune diseases, musculoskeletal disorders, paralysis and seizures as adverse reactions on their Gardasil warning label. Read More ▶

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