Name of STD: Cytomegalovirus What is it? Cytomegalovirus, also called CMV is a common virus that infects most people, but rarely causes obvious illness. Unfortunately, once you're infected with CMV, the virus is in your body for life. What causes it? The transmission of an infectious agent by another person by one or more of the following: saliva, air, cough, fecal-oral route, surfaces, blood, needles, blood transfusions, sexual contact, or mother to fetus (through the placenta).
Patients with drug induced lupus have symptoms that affect the joints, heart and lungs. Neonatal Lupus occurs with antibodies cross the placenta in pregnancy from the mother to the child. Children that are born to women who test positive for the antibody SSA/RO are at greater risk of developing lupus, although this occurring is rare. The children who do end up with neonatal lupus will see symptoms like skin rashes and even liver underdevelopment. There is an even rarer chance that they could develop a life-threating heart condition called congenital heart block or
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES SUMMARY: Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) occur mainly because of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) or we can say STD is also called as STIs. Now days STIs are most widespread infections in the world. It affects both man and women at younger period mainly during the age of 17 to 30 years. Therefore, it seems a major issue for our concern. Exposure to an STD can occur any time you have sexual contact with anyone that involves the genitals, the mouth (oral), the rectum (anal), the vagina or the penis.
Chlamydia can also infect newborn babies if the mother is infected. The disease will infect the eye and might cause permanent blindness. This disease, as well as all other STDs, often go untreated because of the embarrassment that comes along with contracting it. Not many people would want to have sex with a person knowing that their sex partner has chlamydia, but unfortunately the disease's silence disguises the harmful nature of a partners vaginal or penile region. Also, person who had been treated for chlamydia previously still runs the risk of being re-infected with the disease.
Which appears to be more dangerous: the BRC1 or BRC2 mutation? There's a somewhat higher risk for breast and ovarian cancer with BRCA1 mutations than with BRCA2 mutations but breast cancer in males is associated with BRCA2 mutation. In my opinion, they are equally bad and I have yet to come across a published article that convinces me otherwise. 3.Analyze a woman’s risk of dying of cancer if she carries a mutated BRC1 gene. Risk of dying depends on what type of cancer is present.
PID significantly raises the risk of ectopic pregnancy - the fertilized egg does not settle and grow in the uterus; in most cases it will grow in the fallopian tubes, but may also grow in the ovary, cervix, or abdominal cavity. Cervicitis - inflammation of the cervix (neck of the womb). Symptoms may include a vaginal discharge, which may contain pus, pain during intercourse, frequent urination, burning pain when urinating. In chronic cervicitis the cervix may swell and cysts may develop. The cysts may become infected.
Any of the S&S associated with asthma may occur with one illness or even several separate illnesses, but not recur over a longer period. For example one episode of bronchitis may mimic asthma, and you could have more than one case of bronchitis in a year if the patient is severely sick. So a diagnosis of asthma can only be made if the S&S are recurrent over a long period of time. Classic signs of asthma (coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath) can all be symptoms of other illness's. So just hearing a wheeze or cough does not definitely mean asthma and to make it even more confusing not all asthmatics wheeze.
What’s the worst that could happen? For women, a Chlamydia infection can lead to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, an infection of the parts of the reproductive system. If not treated, you may not be able to have babies if and when you want to. In men, untreated chlamydia can spread to the testicles causing pain, and in rare cases,
The most common sexually transmitted diseases are: Chlamidia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes(Simplex II), NGU(Nongonicoccal Urethritis), Vaginitis, Genital Warts, Pubic Lice/Scabies, AIDS, and Hepatitis. Chlamidia is a disease, which is transmitted through unprotected sexual intercourse. If you had this disease, you would experience bleeding between menstrual periods, abdominal pain, and painful urination. There is another term for painful urination. It is called “urinary tract infection”.