STD and HIV Infection

Sexually transmitted infections are also referred to as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) that are commonly spread by sexual activity, especially vaginal intercourse, oral sex, and anal sex. STIs seldom cause symptoms initially, which results in a greater risk of passing the disease on to others. Symptoms and signs of STIs may include vaginal discharge, pelvic pain, ulcers on or around the genitals, and penile discharge. Transmission of STIs can be witnessed to an infant before or during childbirth, which may result in poor outcomes for the infant. Some STIs can cause infertility. Safe sex practices, such as use of condoms, having a fewer number of sexual partners, and being in a relationship in which each person only has sex with each other also decrease the risk of STIs. Circumcision in adult males may be effective to prevent some infections.

Examples of STDs Infection:

  1. Chlamydia
  2. Trichomoniasis
  3. Gonorrhea
  4. HPV
  5. Syphilis Hepatitis B Infection
  6. Hepatitis C Infection
  7. Genital Herpes
  8. AIDS
Committee Members
Speaker at World Congress on Infectious Diseases 2022 - Leticia M Estevinho

Leticia M Estevinho

Campus de Santa Apolónia, Portugal
Speaker at World Congress on Infectious Diseases 2022 - Caroline Bilen

Caroline Bilen

The Compass Health Consultancy, United Arab Emirates
Speaker at World Congress on Infectious Diseases 2022 - Ahmed Hegazi

Ahmed Hegazi

National Research Center Dokki, Egypt
WCID 2022 Speakers
Speaker at World Congress on Infectious Diseases 2022 -  William Conley

William Conley

Medical College of Wisconsin, United States
Speaker at World Congress on Infectious Diseases 2022 - Riya Chhabra

Riya Chhabra

Wayne State University, United States
Speaker at World Congress on Infectious Diseases 2022 - Rebekah A Davis

Rebekah A Davis

The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, United States
Speaker at World Congress on Infectious Diseases 2022 - Georgios D Theodorakopoulos

Georgios D Theodorakopoulos

3M, Greece

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