Sexually Transmitted Infections

These are also referred to as sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or venereal diseases (VD). Some STDs can be passed from mother to infant via unsterile medication needles during breast feeding or childbirth, as well as through blood transfusions. These STDs are mostly transmitted through the vaginal mucous membranes. Some infections can be transmitted sexually, although they are not categorised as STDs. Meningitis can be transmitted by sexual contact. The prevalence of STDs among elderly is rising. Some bacteria are killed by garlic, but not the ones that cause chlamydia. This garlic has antifungal qualities and has been demonstrated to inhibit the growth of yeast infections, making it useful during chlamydia antibiotic therapy.


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