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Viral vs Bacterial STDs

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Marilyn Bonham

on 8 April 2011

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Transcript of Viral vs Bacterial STDs

Viral vs Bacterial
STDs Viral STDs What's the difference??? The biggest difference between viral and bacterial STDs is that bacterial STDs can be treated and cured with antibiotics and viral STDs can be treated but have no cure!! Some viral STDs
include.... Herpes, hepatitus, HIV, and HPV (Genital warts) Some other
differences.... http://www.goaskalice.columbia.edu/1600.html Vaccines are available to
prevent viral STDs though
they have no cure. However,
the only way to prevent
Bacterial STDs is to avoid
exposure to the diseases. Although most STDs are either caused
by viruses or bacteria, some are caused
by other organisms. Some of these include,
Trichomoniasis, public lice, and scabies.
These are all curable with antibiotics
or certain creams. http://studenthealth.missouri.edu/STDs.php Bacterial STDs Some Bacterial STDs include... syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia Most prevelant STDs Chlamydia, Syphilis,
Gonorrhea, Herpes,
hepatitus, genital
warts, and AIDS. http://std.about.com/od/overviewofstds/tp/toptenstds.htm http://health.shiawassee.net/std/common%20stds.htm Most Problematic STDs AIDS is the most
problematic STD
because of its
dangerous effects
on immune systems. Ways to Prevent STDs 1. Do not engage
in sexual activity 2. If engaging in sexual activity, use protection such as: Condoms (male or female) 3. Get tested, and
have your partner tested too before engaging in sexual
activity of any sort. ABSTINENCE!!!! http://std.about.com/od/prevention/tp/PrevenEssential.htm CONDOMS!! Citations By: Bonham Marilyn THE
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