Essays Entitled The Dream That Came True

658 words - 3 pages

Subject : Int. Science
Name : Keisha Ramkissoon
Due Date : Monday 28th November, 2011
Form : 4:2

TITLE | PAGE |
What Are STDs? | ……………………………………….3 |
How Are STDs Transferred? | ……………………………………….4 |
Definitions And Treatments | ......................................................5 |
How is Trinidad Ranked Worldwide? and Which Age Group Is Most Affected By STDs? | ……………………………………….6 |
Is It Safe To Use Drugs From A Pharmacy To Treat An STD Without A Doctor’s Permission? And Why? | ……………………………………….7 |
Methods To Prevent The Spread Of STDs | ……………………………………….8 |

* What Are STDs?

The term STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) is an infectious disease ...view middle of the document...

In fact, some people with STDs don’t even know that they have it. Those people are in danger of passing an infection to their sex partners without even realizing it.
Some things that increase a persons chances of getting STDs are:
1) Sexual activity at a young age
2) Lots of sex partners
3) Unprotected sex

In general, any physical activity that allows blood or other infected body fluid or tissue to come in contact with the mucous membrane, or to enter the body through cuts or lesions, could transmit an STD.

* Definitions And Treatment
1) Vaginal Discharges:
This is any bodily fluids or mucus that comes out of a girl’s vagina. This is caused by the changing level of hormones in a girl’s body, it helps to keep the vagina healthy. This discharge continues until menopause.
2) Gonorrhoea:
This is a STD caused by the bacterium Neisseria Gonorrhoeae. The treatment involves taking any of the following antibiotics:
* Cefixime
* Ceftriaxone
* Ciprofloxacin
* Levofloxacin
3) Syphilis:
...

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