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How to Save Yourselves From the STD Epidemic in America

America is reeling under a STD epidemic, as per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As per CDC’s report, STDs like gonorrhea, syphilis, and chlamydia are an all-time high. Experts blame the recent opioid epidemic for this, in addition to fewer uses of condoms and fewer STD programs at the local level. In such a scenario, it is important to pay extra attention to your sexual health. STDs and general public...

More Reasons To Visit Urgent Care Clinics For STD Testing

When it comes to testing for STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases), most people are keen on places where they can get it done quickly and discreetly. So, are urgent care clinics good places to get tested for STDs? Turns out, it is! In fact, most people who need to get screened for STDs now prefer immediate care clinics over their primary healthcare provider or regular clinics. This is not surprising considering the...

Tips to Manage HIV/AIDS and Early Stage Symptoms

One of the reasons why people suffer from serious health complications is that they ignore the earliest symptoms of a disease. They think it will go away by itself and continue with their daily activities; and the symptoms really goes away by itself! That’s where the danger lies. According to the doctor, it is the symptom that goes away, not the infection. In most of the cases, sexually transmitted diseases do...

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7 Early Signs of HIV You Must Not Ignore

Do you know the earliest sign of HIV is a common cold? Many people also get a skin rash and fever. These symptoms are so common you actually think you have a cold or skin disease. You cannot imagine these are signs of HIV; but as doctors say, a person who has had unprotected sex recently must sit up and take notice, if he or she gets these symptoms. In Arlington,...

Urgent Care Clinics – Providing Reliable Chlamydia Screening and Treatment

Chlamydia is a fairly common STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) among all age groups. This bacterial infection rarely produces symptoms and therefore goes undetected until it creates health complications. However, with regular screening and by practicing safe sex, it is possible to manage the infection and recover completely from it. Symptoms of chlamydia Soon after chlamydia infection, some people may develop mild symptoms. However, since these symptoms resemble that of flu, most people...

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What Really Happens When You Contract STD?

Some of the commonest STDs prevalent in the US include HIV, HPV, hepatitis, gonorrhea, Chlamydia, syphilis, trich, and herpes. Millions of people are affected. Some are vigilant enough to undergo a test, while others continue to live their life, often ignorant of their health status. They continue to have sex. This is how they contribute in spreading the infection. Importance of STD testing In the wake of the presence of several STDs,...

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Beware, The Syphilis Epidemic is Here!

The first recorded outbreak of syphilis happened in 1495 in Europe. It is believed to be spread by military troops who returned from war. Back then, there was hardly a cure for this STD. Patients died horrible deaths, often becoming deformed, brain dead, or blind, or had severe dementia before they died. Then and now Unfortunately, syphilis is still present. The United States of America witnessed a surge of cases just before...

How to Undergo Trichomoniasis Self Test at Home

If you wish to undergo a test for trichomoniasis, but feel too shy to step inside a clinic, worry not. You can order a self-test kit at home. Trich testing is simple and quick, unlike what people usually think. There is no pain or discomfort. Instead of procrastinating a test simply due to shyness, it is better to act smartly and order a test kit online. If you are having symptoms,...

How to Stay Safe With So Many STDs Around?

Doctors say having sex is healthy. It triggers the release of happy hormones. It lowers blood pressure. It keeps your heart happy. It burns calories. It enhances your mental health. And, of course, it strengthens the bond between two partners. Sounds good, doesn’t it? It is, only till you and your partner are free of diseases. The day they get an infection, you may experience some of the most troubled times of your...