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Kayytiii STDs

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Syphilis
incubation of 2-6 weeks
syphilis
5 stages
primary stage of syph
hard chancre appears, non-discharging legion
primary latent stage of syph
blood tests positive, no external signs
secondary stage of syph
takes 5 years to reach this stage
secondary stage of syph
coppered colored rash appears (palms, soles)
secondary latent stage of syph
symptoms disappear, can persist for life time
tertiary stage of syph
permanent damage occurs. neurosyph.
syphilis
great imitator
congenital syphilis
syph passed from mother to child
congenital syphilis
crossing placenta, hutchinson's teeth, perforated palate, saber shins, saddle nose
chlamydia
most prevalent STD
chlamydia
symptoms appear after 1-3 weeks
chlamydia
leading cause of ectopic pregnancy
chlamydia
causes pneumonia in newborns
chancroid
enters body through mucus membrane or break in skin
chancroid
soft chancres, crack addicts higher risk
chancroid
common in latin america
trichomoniasis
symptoms appear as early as 4 days after sex
trichomoniasis
can appear years later
trichomoniasis
frothy vag. discharge, green/yellow, nasty smell, itching/tenderness, pain during sex and urination, swollen labia
trichomoniasis
urethral discharge/itching, brning, inflamed prostate, frothy pus-like discharge
herpes
active/latent phases
herpes
hides in nerve cells
herpes
heat + stress stimulate outbreaks
HSV-1
fever blisters
HSV-2
genital herpes
herpes
incubates for 4-10 days
herpes
outbreaks last 2-3 weeks
herpes
latency is its hallmark
genital herpes
intense itching and pain in both sections
neonatal herpes
incurable, causes blindness/deafness
genital warts
caused by HPV
herpes, genital warts, hepatitis B
DNA viruses
hepatitis B
long incubation, 75 days
hepatitis B
AIDS twin
fulminate hepatitis
liver failure, death