STD Labs Blog
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), if not identified and treated early, can cause great harm to the body. There are some curable STDs and STIs, while others are not curable and stay with the person for life. Here, we will shed light on the curable and incurable sexual diseases.
More than 2,000 cases of penile cancer are reported every year, according to the American Cancer Society. With that in mind, take into consideration some key penile cancer causes and symptoms and factors that may increase the risk of penile cancer.
Genital warts are caused by a virus and generally appear in the genital area: the penis, cervix, vulva, and vagina. However, it can occur in other parts of the body as well including the groin and thighs. The different warts can vary in size and location.
Female condoms are thin pouches that act similar to male condoms. They are inserted in the vaginal opening prior to sexual intercourse where they form a protective barrier against sexually transmitted diseases and unplanned pregnancy.
Statistics show that the rate of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) has increased significantly in the US over the past few years. At the moment, nearly 110 million individuals in the US, or 20 percent of the total population, are living with an STD. On top of that, nearly 20 million individuals contract an STD every year.