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    Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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    Sexuality is a crucial aspect of human life and functioning. Many issues, both physical and mental are interwoven together to form our sense of sexuality. This online guide focuses on some of the physical aspects regarding sexuality, namely illness and disease associated with sexual activity. Though some of the photographs and depictions that follow may be uncomfortable for those unaccustomed to such graphic medical images, keep in mind that all of these disease states are avoidable, treatable, and many are curable. Click here to locate a health center in your area for testing and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases. The absolute best “cure”, however, is PREVENTION (i.e., not getting the disease in the first place).

    Abstinence is the only foolproof way of avoiding a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Condom use is another way to avoid these diseases (though the condom must be worn at each and every sexual encounter, and there must be no exchange of any bodily fluids). We should mention that the new politically correct term for STD is STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection); we will use the older “cruder” term throughout this guide as this is the phrase most surfers know.

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  2. #22
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    Sexually transmitted diseases is a burning issue in these days, and people are quite careful in this matter now. Which shows that there should be some precautions and limitations on having a relationship. We need to be very careful about our relations in order to stay away from these diseases.

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    HIV Statistics
    UPDATE ON THE HIV/AIDS SITUATION IN SINGAPORE 2011

    Characteristics of new cases of HIV infection reported in 2011

    1. In 2011, another 461 Singapore residents[1] were newly reported with HIV infection. About 93% of the new cases were males and 7% were females. This brings the total number of HIV infected Singapore residents to 5,306 as of end 2011. As at 31 Dec 2011, 2,550 persons are asymptomatic carriers, 1,263 have or have had AIDS-related illnesses and 1,493 have died.

    2. Sexual transmission remains the main mode of HIV transmission among Singapore residents. Of the 461 cases reported in 2011, 449 cases acquired the infection through the sexual route, with heterosexual transmission accounting for 46% of infections, homosexual transmission 42% and bisexual transmission 9%. Intravenous drug use (2 cases) accounted for 0.4% of infections.

    3. Half of all new cases reported in 2011 were aged between 30 to 49 years of age. Approximately 67% were single, 25% were married and 7% were divorced or separated.

    4. In 2011, more than half (53%) of the new cases already had late-stage HIV infection[2] when they were diagnosed. This was similar to the pattern in previous years.

    5. More than half of the new cases in 2011 ( 58%) had their HIV detected when they had HIV testing in the course of medical care, while another 14% were detected as a result of routine medical screening. 14% were detected as a result of voluntary HIV screening. Another 4% of the cases were detected as a result of screening in prisons and drug rehabilitation centres. The rest were detected through contact tracing and other screenings. When differentiated by sexual transmission, a higher proportion of homosexuals/bisexuals had their HIV infection detected via voluntary screening compared to heterosexuals (23% vs. 4%).

    6. There were 31 female cases in 2011, comprising 7% of the total cases. This was lower than the proportions in the preceding 2 years (10% in 2009 and 9% in 2010). 42% of female cases were aged between 30 to 49 years of age and nearly half (45%) of the female cases were married. The vast majority (97%) acquired HIV through sexual transmission and most of them (61%) were detected in the course of medical care. 18 cases (58%) were diagnosed when they already had late stage infection.

    Preventing HIV infection

    7. The most effective way to prevent HIV infection is to remain faithful to one’s spouse/partner and to avoid casual sex. A person living with HIV/AIDS looks and feels normal during the early stage of the infection. It is therefore not possible to tell if a person is infected with HIV or not by looking at his/her appearance.

    8. In line with the Ministry’s efforts towards HIV/AIDS prevention, the Health Promotion Board (HPB) conducts a series of awareness and educational outreach programmes to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS, its prevention and management. These programmes also help towards reducing the stigma and discrimination surrounding HIV/AIDS, which could lead to late testing and detection of HIV infections. Besides encouraging at-risk individuals to take personal protective measures, and to go for early and regular HIV testing, they are also educated on the health benefits of early detection and treatment for HIV infections, which will significantly delay the onset of AIDS and allow them to continue to lead an active and productive life.

    9. It is an offence under the Infectious Diseases Act for persons who know that they are infected with HIV not to inform their sex partners of their HIV status before sexual intercourse. Furthermore, under the Infectious Diseases Act, a person who has reason to believe that he/she has, or has been exposed to a significant risk of contracting, HIV/AIDS must take reasonable precautions to protect his/her sexual partner, such as by using condoms, even if he is ignorant of his HIV positive status. Alternatively, he/she can go for a HIV test to confirm that he/she is HIV-negative. Otherwise, he/she must inform his/her partner of the risk of contracting HIV from him/her, leaving the partner to voluntarily accept the risk, if he or she so wishes.

    10. HIV testing is available in most medical clinics. The identities of persons who come forward for testing and those who are found to be HIV positive will be kept strictly confidential. Anonymous testing services are also available.

    11. HIV/AIDS is not transmitted through normal day-to-day contact with a person living with HIV/AIDS at home, in school or at the workplace. You cannot get HIV/AIDS from coughs, sneezes, shaking hands, hugging, sharing of food and cutlery, sharing of toilets, etc. More information about HIV and AIDS can be found at the HPB website at http://www.hpb.gov.sg.

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    Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD)

    A sexually transmitted disease (STD), also known as a sexually transmitted infection (STI), or venereal disease (VD), is an illness that has a significant probability of transmission between humans by means of human sexual behaviour, including vaginal intercourse, oral sex, and anal sex. While in the past, these illnesses have mostly been referred to as STDs or VD, in recent years the term sexually transmitted infections (STIs) has been preferred, as it has a broader range of meaning; a person may be infected, and may potentially infect others, without showing signs of disease. Some STIs can also be transmitted via the use of IV drug needles after its use by an infected person, as well as through childbirth or breastfeeding. Sexually transmitted infections have been well known for hundreds of years. Need help? Speak to a counsellor for free, dial 1800 252 1324 (DSC) more info @ http://www.dsc-sexualhealth.com.sg/showpage.asp?id=58


    Dear Reader,

    The main difference between these two categories of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), now more commonly referred to as sexually transmitted infections, or STIs, is what causes them bacterial STIs are caused by bacteria and viral STIs are caused by viruses. As a result of being caused by different microorganisms, bacterial and viral STIs vary in their treatment. Bacterial STIs, such as gonorrhea, syphilis, and chlamydia, are often cured with antibiotics. Viral STIs, such as HIV, HPV (genital warts), herpes, and hepatitis the four Hs have no cure. However many of their symptoms can be alleviated with treatment. And fortunately, there are vaccines available to help prevent both HPV and hepatitis; you can talk with your health care provider about whether you should be vaccinated for either of these infections.

    In addition to bacteria and viruses, STIs can also be caused by protozoa (trichomoniasis) and other organisms (crabs/pubic lice and scabies). These STIs can be cured with antibiotics or topical creams/lotions.

    One of the most common symptoms of an STI is no symptom (for example, up to 80 percent of women and 40 percent of men diagnosed with chlamydia may not experience symptoms), so it's important to get tested for STIs when you think you may have been exposed. STIs need to be diagnosed correctly and fully treated as soon as possible to avoid complications that could be serious and/or permanent. The American Social Health Association is one comprehensive place for information and resources about STI symptoms, treatment, and much more.

    Most of all, prevention rules. If you're sexually active with more than one person, or with someone who's sexually active with others, "respect yourself, protect yourself" by having safer sex and getting regular check-ups. For safer sex guidelines, read What's an STD? in Alice's Sexual Health archive.



    Bacterial
    1. Chlamydia
    2. Gonorrhoea (Clap, Drip)
    3. Syphilis
    4. Cancroids
    5. Viral
    6. Herpes
    7. Gentile Warts
    8. Hepatitis B
    9. Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)
    10. HIV (Aids)




    Others / Parasitic/ Inflammatory Disease
    12. Pubic Lice
    13. Trichomoniasis
    14. Virginities
    15. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
    16. UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)






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    Thank you very much for this informative stuff. Great threat.

 

 

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