Lists of Different STDs with Symptoms and Other Information

Lists of Different STDs with Symptoms and Other Information
March 17 10:20 2017 Print This Article

To get familiar with the details of STDs here is a list of short description and other useful information on different STDs. This list is as convenient as possible and divided into two main classifications – including incurable and curable STDs.

  • Crabs (Lice) – STD treatable, bugs or parasites that are often found on the pubic hair in the area of the genitals;
  • Chlamydia – STD treatable, bacterial infection of the prostate, urethra & female pelvis;
  • Chancroid – STD treatable, bacterial infection causing sores that are painful;
  • Gonorrhea – 5 types; A and E will eventually die as they are self-limiting; B, C, and D have no cure; B is avoidable with a vaccine;
  • Herpes – STD treatable but doesreoccur, viral infection causing blisters on the anus, penis, vagina;
  • HIV/AIDS – STD cureless, infection that is viral involving the immune system (no cure for this STD);
  • HPV/Wart – STD cureless, infection of the skin that is viral in the genital area and female’s cervix.

Common symptoms

Common symptoms are itching in the genital area or any part of the body with hair. Lice symptoms can be divided into 2 types according to classification of crabs.

Pubic lice symptoms:

  • Itching is a general symptom for all types of lice. It usually happens around areas that are infected and in regions where there is hair. It might start a couple of weeks after you actually catch crabs.
  • Itching will begin at night when lice feed;
  • Red “bump” on the skin and area covered with hair;
  • Blue spots on skin;
  • Irritation and scratching;
  • Rash;
  • Inflammation in case you have eyelashes infected;
  • Brown spots on underwear;
  • Some people may not even notice that they have a problem with lice. This is due because they do not have any of the above mentioned symptoms. But you can still transmit crabs to other people.

Body lice symptoms:

  • Itching in various areas such as the armpits, groins or trunk;
  • Due to the fact that body lice mainly living are in clothing during the day; they then transfer to the skin at night to feed.
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