Genital warts (HPV infection)
Caused by Human papillomavirus HPV is one of the most usual STD’s.
Signs and symptoms
– Small, gray swelling or skin color in genital area
– Few warts close to each other
– Discomfort and itching in the genital area
– Bleeding during coitus
Often there are no symptoms.
Hepatitis A, B or C, are infectious diseases that affect the liver. The most severe ones are hepatitis B and C. Some people never develop symptoms and signs. But, for those in which they appear are:
– Nausea and vomiting
– Pain and discomfort in the stomach, especially in the liver on the right side below the ribs
– Loss of appetite
– Dark urine
– Yellow whites of the eyes and skin
It is a bacterial infection that affects the genitalia, skin and mucous membrane, but can also include other parts of the body, including the brain and heart.
Signs and symptoms:
– Primary (small, pain-free ulcer on the part of the body where the infection was transmitted, normally the genitals, rectum, lips or tongue, enlarged lymph nodes).
– Secondary (ulcers on any part of the body, red or reddish brown rash, fever, fatigue and uncomfortable feeling, pain).
– Latent and tertiary (severe damage to internal organs, and death after several years of the infection).