A very common STI caused by a bacterial infection. Often doesn’t have symptoms, but easy to treat once it’s diagnosed.
Growths on the genital area and around the anus. Caused by certain types of HPV.
A common STI caused by a bacterial infection. Often doesn’t have symptoms, but easy to treat once it’s diagnosed.
A virus that can cause liver disease, which is spread through sex or sharing personal hygiene items like razors or toothbrushes.
A common STI that infects your mouth and/or genitals. Causes blistery sores. There’s no cure, but symptoms are treatable.
HIV & AIDS
HIV is an infection that breaks down your immune system and can lead to AIDS. There’s no cure, but treatment can help you stay healthy.
HPV (Human Papillomavirus)
A super common STI. HPV is usually harmless and goes away by itself, but some types can lead to cancer.
An infection that causes small bumps on your skin. It goes away by itself and usually isn’t dangerous.
AKA “crabs.” Small parasites that attach to the skin and hair near your genitals. Easy to get rid of with treatment you can get at the drugstore.
Scabies are tiny parasites that cause itching. Passed through skin-to-skin contact, usually during sex. Can be cured.
Syphilis is a common bacterial infection. It’s easily cured with medicine, but it can be dangerous if you don’t treat it.
“Trich” is a major cause of vaginitis. It’s very common and easily treated.
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