What are Sexually Transmitted Diseases?

by Vinod Raina
Published: June 18, 2022 (1 week ago)
Saket New Delhi

Often people get confused that STD and STI are same sexually transmitted disease which is totally wrong.  Aren’t actually the same thing.

STIs vs. STDs               

STDs always occur in the form of an STI while not every STI becomes an STD.

An infection (STD)—which occurs when bacteria, viruses, or parasites attack the body—comes before a disease. While an infection (STI) may result in zero symptoms, a disease usually always comes with obvious signs.

Names of some STDs which are as follows

  1. Chlamydia
  2. Genital herpes.
  3. HIV/AIDS.
  4. HPV
  5. Pubic lice.
  6. Syphilis
  7. Trichomoniasis

STD Symptoms

If an STD starts with a symptomatic STI, you might first experience:

  • pain or discomfort during sexual activity or urination
  • sores, bumps, or rashes on or around the vagina, penis, testicles, anus, buttocks, thighs, or mouth
  • unusual discharge or bleeding from the penis or vagina
  • painful or swollen testicles
  • itchiness in or around the vagina
  • unexpected periods or bleeding after sexual activity

However, keep in mind that not all STIs cause symptoms.

Symptoms of a STI that evolves to an STD can vary. Some of them, such as pain during sexual activity, pain during urination, and irregular or painful periods, may be similar to the ones listed above.

Other symptoms, however, can vary greatly depending on the STD. They may include the following:

  • Fever
  • Recurring pain
  • Fatigue
  • Memory loss
  • Changes to vision or hearing
  • Nausea
  • Weight loss
  • lumps or swellings


Treatment options

According to Dr. Vinod Raina, ED can limit your daily life, affect intimacy. This work can affect self-esteem and your personal relationships. However, the good news is that there is a cure for this problem completely.

If you are facing this problem, and you are not giving any kind of response with simple medicines. Then contact Delhi’s best sexologist Dr. Vinod Raina and get complete treatment for STD & STI.

How do you meet Dr. Vinod Raina

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