This sexually transmitted disease in men can cause epididymitis and can also spread to the blood or joints.?
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What are the causes of disease on male Can a male get a disease from pelvic inflammatory disease Can a male get a disease from pid Can a sexually transmitted disease be contracted if the male does?
Pelvic inflammatory disease can be caused by chlamydia. Chlamydia trachomatis, or simply chlamydia, is a bacterial infection caused by pathogen (germ) Chlamydia trachomatis …that usually infects the genitals of both men and women, but can also infect the throat, rectum and eyes. Chlamydia is one of the most common STD's - and because more than 50% who have chlamydia have no symptoms at all - chlamydia infection usually goes untreated.. In men, chlamydia can lead to:. painful inflammation of the testicles, which may result in reduced fertility or sterility . occasionally, Reiter's syndrome (inflammation of the joints, urethra and eyes) . http://www.std-gov.org/stds/chlamydia.htm
It depends on why they are performing the blood test and what they are checking for.
There is no STD that mosquitoes spread.
yes she gave it to chris brown
Crohn's disease has not been identified as sexually transmitted.
There are many STDs, and many are challenging to spell. These include trichomoniasis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and human papilloma virus.
Chlamydia, warts, syphillis ..to name a few.
There are a few sexual transmitted diseases that can cause blood ina person's urine such as gonorrhea or chlamydia. An urinary tractinfection can also be another reason for bl…ood found in the urine.
Most common STDs are chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes, genital warts, and trichonomiasis. HIV is transmitted sexually, but by other means as well and is not limited to "…STD".
Gonorrhea Gonorrhea Gonorrhea This STD is gonorrhea. Syphilis spreads to joints and blood.
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What deadly disease is commonly transmitted sexually or by contact with contaminated blood tissues or needles?
Bacterial . Chancroid ( Haemophilus ducreyi ) . Campylobacter Fetus . Chlamydia ( Chlamydia trachomatis ) . Granuloma inguinale or ( Klebsiella granulomatis ) . Gonorrh…ea ( Neisseria gonorrhoeae ) . Syphilis ( Treponema pallidum ) . Lymphogranuloma Venereum . Enteric Infections (may be transmitted sexually or by other means) . Genital Mycoplasmas Viral . HIV/AIDS (may be transmitted sexually or by other means) . Hepatitis B (may be transmitted sexually or by other means) . Hepatitis C (may be transmitted sexually or by other means) . Herpes Simplex Virus (may be transmitted sexually or by other means) . Molluscum contagiosum (may be transmitted sexually or by other means) . genital HPV (which may cause genital warts or cervical cancer) . Cytomegalovirus Parasites . Pubic lice (pediculosis pubis), colloquially known as "crabs" ( Phthirius pubis ) . Scabies ( Sarcoptes scabiei ) Protozoal . Amebiasis (may be transmitted sexually or by other means) . Giardiasis (may be transmitted sexually or by other means) . Trichomoniasis ( Trichomonas vaginalis ) . Salmonella (may be transmitted sexually or by other means) . Shigellosis (may be transmitted sexually or by other means) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers a list of sexually transmitted diseases. In addition the STD Project's Comprehensive STD List breaks down the list by category and sub-types.
Gonorrhea can cause epididymitis and can spread to the blood or joints.
By having unprotected sex with an infected person.
This sexually transmitted disease is caused by a bacterium that can grow and multiply easily in the reproductive tracts of both men and women.?
This sexually transmitted disease is caused by a bacteriumthat can grow and multiply easily in the reproductive tracts ofboth men and women.