Sexual disease picture face
The STD Picture Cards are a combination of illustration and graphic photo representation of human male and female anatomy with sequelae related to sexually transmitted infection, particularly syphilis. Designed primarily for use by Disease Intervention Specialists DIS and other health professionals, the cards are a practical, illustrative educational tool when working with individuals exposed to or at high risk of exposure to sexually transmitted infections. They may also be useful to those individuals who work with higher-risk populations in settings such as correctional facilities, STD and HIV prevention and care clinics, substance abuse centers, family planning clinics, schools and private medical care facilities. I am 18 or older. Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options Skip directly to A-Z link. Section Navigation.
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Sexually Transmitted Infections
Pictures of STDs: A visual symptom guide
Some STIs have no symptoms or only mild ones. Small amounts of discharge, especially from the vagina, is often normal. But some sexually transmitted conditions can cause discharge from the genitals. Depending on the condition, the color, texture, and volume of the discharge may vary. A yellowish or yellow-green vaginal discharge can be a symptom of gonorrhea , although most people who contract it will have no symptoms at all.
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What’s This Rash? Pictures of STDs and STIs
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Understanding symptoms and seeing pictures of STDs can help people identify the signs and encourage them to see a doctor. In , researchers saw an increase in STDs for the fourth year in a row , and the highest ever rates of chlamydia , gonorrhea , and syphilis. Most STDs are treatable, and many are curable. Early treatment significantly increases the likelihood of a good outcome. Prevention strategies and routine STD testing can help people avoid spreading these infections to their partners.
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