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Sexually Transmitted Infections/Diseases (STD) Treatment
Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by a bacteria known as Treponema pallidum. This could lead to serious complications if timely treatment is not done. This infects the lips, mouth, genital area or anus of both men and women. Syphilis is contracted through sexual contact with someone who has it. It can be transmitted to baby from mother during pregnancy. The early stage of syphilis indicates swelling in the nearby lymph nodes or single, painless and small sore. Syphilis when left untreated can lead to non-itchy skin rash on your hands and feet. These symptoms remain unnoticed for several years. Syphilis can transmit HIV to someone during sex and if you are pregnant then it can lead to birth defects. Syphilis has been reported to cause serious health issues which can also lead to death.
Pictures showing syphilitic sore on Penis
Pictures showing syphilitic sore on Vagina
Syphilis can be transmitted by direct contact with syphilis sore during oral, anal and vaginal sex. The Syphilis Sores are usually found on the lips and in the mouth, penis, vagina, anus and in the rectum. In adults, the symptom of syphilis is divided into the following stages:
The primary stage indicates a single sore or multiple sores which are usually firm, round and painless and the location of sore is where the syphilis has entered into your body that can even go unnoticed. The sore lasts for about 1 to 2 weeks and gets healed even without treatment. Many people neglect this sore thinking it as a skin allergy but over a period of time this infection enters to its 2nd stage. It is advised to take medicine early and continue it even after the sore disappears so as to prevent the spreading of infection.
Skin rashes, sores in your mouth, vagina or anus are some of the indications of 2nd stage of syphilis. The rashes may appear over one or more areas of your body and may show up after the primary sore gets healed. The rashes look like red, reddish brown and rough spots on the bottom of your feet or palm of your hands which is usually non-itchy and are faint enough that sometimes remain unnoticed. Symptoms include sore throat, headaches, patchy hair loss, fever, swollen lymph glands, muscle aches, weight loss and fatigue . Without right medication your infection can possibly reach to the latent and late stage of syphilis.
The latent stage of syphilis begins with the disappearance of all earlier symptoms. If left untreated it continues to spread in the body without any signs or symptoms. The later stage symptoms include paralysis, blindness, numbness, difficulty in coordinating your muscle movements and dementia. It can seriously damage your internal organs resulting in death. A person with syphilis infection for a year or less is considered an 'early' case and the person can easily infect his sex partner. Such chances of infection are more among men having sex with another men but women and the unborn child are also at higher risk. If you find any such symptoms then immediately consult your specialist for early detection and proper treatment.
Syphilis can be diagnosed by doing a specific blood test known as TPHA.
Syphilis diagnosed early can be treated easily and promptly with proper antibiotics. In many cases it is seen that the patient hide many of his sexual behavior aspects from the doctor thereby leading to wrong prescription of antibiotics that do not cure the infection completely. When the disease enters the second stage it becomes resistant to the antibiotics developing many complications. The Herbo Mineral Ayurveda medicines can effectively treat the infections. A combination of Herbo Mineral Ayurveda Medicine developed by Dr. Hameed Ibrahim can effectively cure the infection in few months based on the type of syphilis. Read more
Gonorrhoea is caused by Neisseria gonorrhoea, a bacterium that grows and multiplies quickly in moist, warm areas of the body such as the cervix, urethra, mouth, or rectum. In women, the cervix is the most common site of infection. However, the disease can also spread to the uterus (womb) and fallopian tubes, causing pelvic inflammatory disease leading to infertility. Gonorrhoea is most commonly spread during genital contact, but can also be passed from the genitals of one partner to the throat of the other during oral sex. Gonorrhoea of the rectum can occur in people who practice anal intercourse. In pregnant women, gonorrhoea can be passed from an infected woman to her newborn infant during delivery if left untreated.
The early symptoms of gonorrhoea are often mild, and many women who are infected have no visible symptoms of the disease. If symptoms of gonorrhoea develop, they usually appear within 2 to 10 days after sexual contact with an infected partner, although a small percentage of patients may be infected for several months without showing symptoms. In both men and women, if gonorrhoea is left untreated, it may spread locally, causing epididymitis or pelvic inflammatory disease or throughout the body, affecting joints and heart valves.
Discharge of Pus in gonorrhoea from the penis
Antibiotics can cure gonorrhoea but commonly it's seen that in certain percentage of cases treated with antibiotics, resistance to antibiotic is developed due to wrongly prescribed class of antibiotics with incorrect treatment duration, the disease is not fully cured and it enters a remnant stage which we call it as Remnant Chronic gonorrhoea. All the Major symptoms' subsides with the antibiotic therapy but in certain percentage of cases the disease enters a remnant stage with the following symptoms
Itching inside the urethra with mild burning sensation and pain, mild pain and burning sensation after ejaculation and urination, urge to urinate often.
Itching inside the urethra with mild burning sensation and pain, Burning sensation and discomfort after intercourse Lower abdominal pain with no obvious cause. These symptoms are also present in Urinary Tract Infections, therefore analysing the correct history and diagnosis is important. Patients presenting with the above symptoms when the history is inquired, it always reveals that they have had the history of gonorrhoea with antibiotic therapy. If left untreated this remnant stage can cause Male Infertility by effecting the prostate gland secretion, inflammation of the epididymitis, and spermatic cord abnormality. In Females it can cause pelvic inflammatory disease, fallopian tube inflammation and cervix abnormality.
Remnant Chronic gonorrhoea can be effectively and fully cured with the right combination of Herbo mineral Ayurveda treatment and thus Infertility and other complication can be prevented.
It is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. This infection is easily spread because it often causes no symptoms and may be unknowingly passed to sexual partners. In fact, about 75% of infections in women and 50% in men are without symptoms. It is caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis.
Chlamydial infection of the neck of the womb (cervicitis) is a sexually transmitted infection which is asymptomatic for about 50-70% of women infected with the disease. The infection can be passed through vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Of those who have an asymptomatic infection that is not detected by their doctor, approximately half will develop pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), a generic term for infection of the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. PID can cause scarring inside the reproductive organs, which can later cause serious complications, including chronic pelvic pain, difficulty becoming pregnant, ectopic (tubal) pregnancy, and other dangerous complications of pregnancy. Chlamydia is known as the "Silent Epidemic" because in women, it may not cause any symptoms in 70'80% of cases, and can linger for months or years before being discovered. Symptoms that may occur include unusual vaginal bleeding or discharge, pain in the abdomen, painful sexual intercourse (dyspareunia), fever, painful urination or the urge to urinate more frequently than usual (urinary urgency).
Chlamydial infection of Cervix
In men, Chlamydia shows symptoms of infectious urethritis (inflammation of the urethra) in about 50% of cases. Symptoms that may occur include: a painful or burning sensation when urinating, an unusual discharge from the penis, swollen or tender testicles, or fever. Discharge, or the purulent exudate, is generally less viscous and lighter in color than for gonorrhoea. If left untreated, it is possible for Chlamydia in men to spread to the testicles causing epididymitis, which in rare cases can cause sterility if not treated within 6 to 8 weeks. Chlamydia is also a potential cause of prostatitis in men.
Chlamydial discharge seen from penis
It is to be noted that this disease gets undiagnosed in majority of the cases, and patients with symptoms of Chlamydia generally approaches a General Physician or Urologist who miss diagnoses it and consider the infection to be a Urinary Tract Infection and prescribes antibiotic without diagnosing specifically for Chlamydia. Thus proper class and correct duration of antibiotic therapy is not done in majority of the patients. When such patients takes a course of antibiotics, generally its seen that the major symptoms of Chlamydia subsides which makes the patient think that the infection has been cured, but generally what happens in such cases is, the bacterium still remains active and cause mild symptoms on and off.
The bacteria remains inside the prostate gland and often causes mild discomfort with pain and burning sensation while ejaculation, and when the bacteria is present in the secretions of prostate gland it effects the quality of semen and sperm motility factors, it can invade the epididymis where in the sperm vital parameters are affected.
It can cause Pelvic Inflammatory disease (PID), a generic term for infection of the uterus, fallopian tubes, and/or ovaries. PID can cause scarring inside the reproductive organs, which can later cause serious complications, including chronic pelvic pain, difficulty becoming pregnant, ectopic (tubal) pregnancy, and other dangerous complications of pregnancy.
Therefore if you have any of the above symptoms consult a specialist in STD, and get yourself tested for Chlamydial antibody test which is done by all major laboratories. Timely treatment is very important to prevent major complications.
In majority of the cases it's seen that the right class of antibiotics are not prescribed as per the correct duration which leads to resistance and the bacteria is not completely cured and causes symptoms in mild intensity on and off. The bacteria can reside inside the prostate gland and epididymis of Males and cause symptoms. It can also be one major reason for Pelvic Inflammatory disease in females, thus it's seen that in majority of the patients after antibiotic therapy the bacteria still remains and over a period of time it can lead to many complication including Male Female Infertility. Therefore with the right combination and targeted Herbo Mineral Ayurveda Medicine complete eradication of the bacteria is possible and the disease can be fully cured within few months of treatment depending upon the case.
Genital warts (or condylomata acuminata, venereal warts, anal warts and anogenital warts) are symptoms of a highly contagious sexually transmitted disease caused by some types of human papillomavirus (HPV). Genital warts may look like small, flesh-colored bumps or have a cauliflower-like appearance. In many cases, the warts are too small to be visible. Over 100 types of HPVs have been identified; about 40 of these types have the potential to infect the genital area.
Most genital warts are caused by two specific types of the virus (HPV-6 and -11), and these HPV types are considered "low risk," meaning they have a low cancer-causing potential. Other HPV types are known causes of premalignant changes and cervical cancers in women. HPV-16, one of the "high-risk" types, is responsible for about 50% of cervical cancers. HPV types 16, 18, 31, and 45 are other known "high risk" virus types. High-risk HPV types are also referred to as oncogenic HPV types. HPV is believed to cause 100% of cases of cervical cancer.
It is spread through direct skin-to-skin contact, usually during oral, genital, or anal sex with an infected partner. Warts are the most easily recognized symptom of genital HPV infection.
Genital warts may occur singly but are more often found in clusters. They may be found anywhere in the anal or genital area, and are frequently found on external surfaces of the body, including the penile shaft, scrotum, labia majora of the vagina, or around the anus. They can also occur on internal surfaces like the opening to the urethra, inside the vagina, on the cervix, or in the anus. In males they are frequently found on or around the head of the penis.
They can be as small as 1-5mm in diameter, but can also grow or spread into large masses in the genital or anal area. In some cases they look like small stalks. They may be hard ("keratinized") or soft. Their color can be variable, and sometimes they may bleed.
In most cases, there are no symptoms of HPV infection other than the warts themselves. Sometimes warts may cause itching, redness, or discomfort, especially when they occur around the anus. Although they are usually without other physical symptoms, an outbreak of genital warts may cause psychological distress, such as anxiety, in some people.
Diagnosis is often based on findings from the history and appearance of the genital warts.
Genital Warts has to be treated with active Herbo Mineral Ayurveda Medicine to attack and kill the HPV virus, along with the internal medicine, external application of drugs and parasurgical procedures like Raktamokshana (blood letting), Ksharakarma (chemical cauterization) and Agnikarma (thermal cauterization) has to be done to remove the warts.
These indigenous treatment methods are minimal invasive procedures which do not cause the scar formation, no recurrence and found to be more beneficial in the treatment of warts.