1MBBS First Year Student Datta Meghe Medical College.
2Depatment of Biochemistry Datta Meghe Medical College, Nagpur.
3Depatment of Microbiology Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences Sawangi (Meghe) Wardha.
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Accepted After Revision: 06/06/2021
In developed countries, STDs are among the top ten causes of unpleasant illness in young older adults, and the second most common cause of unpleasant illness in young adult women. Despite accounting for just 25% of sexually active people (15-24 years old), teens and young adults (15-24 years old) account for more than half of all new STDs. STDs are a global disease that threatens millions of people. Risky sexual behavior, which often leads to adolescent pregnancy and HIV/AIDS, has a significant impact on the process. More than 60% of new HIV infections occur in young people around the world. The willingness of young people to engage in high-risk behaviors, particularly when they are not accompanied by parents, may also influence their frequency. By diagnosing and treating these patients, we will successfully prevent the transmission of HIV/AIDS. People infected with the infection are five to ten times more likely than healthy people to contract an STD. Condoms have proven to be the most powerful weapon for men to defend themselves from STDs to date. Controlling STDs is critical, and avoidance could be the most effective method.
Public awareness, recognition of those who exhibit signs and symptoms, and proper diagnosis and care of these patients and their families will also aid in the prevention of the disease. Review Article on Sexually Transmitted Diseases The study was carried out 20 females at the Gynecology department and Dermatology Dept, Datta Meghe medical college Nagpur and Shalinitai Meghe Hospital Research center, duration of 05 months, between December 2020 and April 2021. Information on sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is a separate type of condom usage by university students. School protection efforts can include knowledge creation as well as expanded student development efforts. Few medical specialties have changed as much as STIs. Several older forms of sex, such as gonorrhea, syphilis, and cancroid, have significantly decreased in prevalence over the last 40 years, especially in developed countries. STD preventive activities have already been and will continue to be in the center of public health management.
Std, Sti, Who, Aids, Hiv, Syphilis