Most Common STDs for Women and Men: Symptoms and Treatment

Casual Skin Contact: Does It Lead To STD?

By Hakim Hari Kishan Lal Dawakhana Shafakhana, Sexology On the one hand, the facts about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are pretty straight forward. More than a half-dozen STDs can be spread from one person to another during sexual activity. Some are caused by bacteria. Some are caused by viruses. Some are…

How STDs Can Affect Your Pregnancy?

By Dr. Amit Joshi , Sexology Sexually transmitted diseases or STDs are serious complications irrespective of whether you are pregnant or not. But in case you are pregnant, complications are higher. In this case your baby is affected along with you. And for some STDs, like HIV/AIDS, conditions may be incurable or…

Best and Effective Ayurvedic Remedies for STDs

By Dr. G S Lavekar, Ayurveda Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and (AIDS) are increasing huge significance at present because of quick spread of the diseases, high cost of treatment, and the expanded danger of transmission of different STDs and AIDS. Current treatments accessible for symptomatic treatment of STDs and AIDS are very…

STD Risk and Oral Sex

By Dr. Duraisamy , Sexology STIs stand for sexually transmitted infections. Oral sex is when the sexual organs of one partner are stimulated by the mouth of the other partner. There are many STIs which get transmitted due to oral sex. Here are the diseases which are most commonly transmitted through oral…

The 5 Most Common STDs in Men

By Dr. Sharath Kumar C , Sexology Some examples of sexually transmitted diseases include genital herpes, chlamydia, syphilis, gonorrhoea, warts and HIV/AIDS. These are infections; the main mode of propagation being unprotected sexual intercourse. Healthcare providers and doctors have major roles to play in the prevention and treatment of STDs. Most STDs…

Most Common STDs for Women and Men: Symptoms and Treatment

By Dr. S.K Kaushik , Sexology Some examples of sexually transmitted diseases include genital herpes, chlamydia, syphilis, gonorrhoea, warts and HIV/AIDS. These are infections; the main mode of propagation being unprotected sexual intercourse. Healthcare providers and doctors have major roles to play in the prevention and treatment of STDs. Most STDs are…