STD Labs Blog :: Page 49
The pap smears test
There was a primary change in the test rules for Pap smears and that was introduced in 2009, but that showed unintentional significance like some of the women are not going through the screening for chlamydia, which is a kind of sexually transmitted disease that may lead to infertility if not diagnosed right away. This data is according to a current research that was able to find out how chlamydia screening can help those who are 5 years old to 21 years of age and how it failed after the national guidelines were altered to detect the routine Pap test for cervical cancer before they reach the age of 21, since there is a proof that showed how it never provided benefits for young women.
The present study about STDs There is a current study about STD and it has been sending bad news that people must be worried about. There is a new sexually transmitted infection nowadays and it is the Mycoplasma genitalium. Even if the experts have discovered the presence of MG since 1980s, the new journal has been published and that alone revealed the bacterial infection, which actually lives in the urinary tract, as well as in the genital tracts that may be transferred through a sexual intercourse.
The ring to easily diagnose STD
Who would ever think that a ring can help in diagnosing STD such as gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, gonorrhea, syphilis and others that was planned by Ernesto Rodriquez Leal, a Mexican designer? This portable medical device is called Hoope Ring; this is a ring that must be placed in the thumb. It has a cartridge that is disposable with a retractable needed for one use only and it will send the data to a mobile phone in just 1 minute or even less.
The HIV rates in America The present rate of the new cases of HIV infections all over America fell over the past year, however the process was not really equal in all the groups. This is according to the new report released by the American government. There are new cases of HIV all over the U.S, the virus that causes AIDS. It had fallen by around 20% since the last record in 2005. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that gay and bisexual men and those residing in the South did not see the same advantage.