The sexually transmitted disease (STD) is an infection that is transmitted through unprotected sexual activity during sexual contact with another person. This can include vaginal, anal or oral sex, sometimes skin-to-skin contact as well.
It can be spread through intravenous (IV) drug use and can also be carried to the unborn child during pregnancy. This disease can cause damage to the body and can be result into death.
Symptoms of STD generally starts after few months and are similar to flu. It includes:
To prevent the sexually transmitted disease, or STD, always avoid sex with someone who has infections like genital sores, a rash, discharge, or other symptoms. The unprotected sex can be assumed safe, when you and your partner have sex with each other. If this is not the case, please follow the below rules: