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Sexual Infections

A sexually transmitted infection (STI) is an infection which can be passed on from one person to another whilst having sex. It is possible to get an STI from vaginal sex, anal sex, or oral sex. The ten most common STIs in the UK are anogenital warts, chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhoea, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B, hepatitis C, pubic lice, syphilis and trichomonas. These different types of diseases often do not have any sexual infection symptoms and they may not even appear for long periods of time. They may even appear suddenly.

If you suspect that you may have contracted a sexually transmitted infection, then you should undergo testing to diagnose. Testing can be done at a clinic and also at home if a home testing kit is available. Detection of sexually transmitted infections is important as only then would you be able to get your life back on track. But it must be noted that few sexually transmitted infections cannot be completely eliminated, but there are sexual infections treatments to tackle sexual infection symptoms and prevent from future occurrences.

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The best way to avoid contracting these infections is to ensure that you always use protection such as condoms when you plan sexual intercourse. Also, speaking to your doctor to get awareness and better advice can help prevent contracting these diseases. There are ways to control your sex life so that you do not get affected by sexually transmitted infections. Even if you have contracted it, there are ways to control and live with it without having to totally avoid intimacy.

Sexual infections in men and women are highly common now with casual and impromptu sex on the rise. But with condoms available for both men and women, avoiding sexual infections in women and men has become easier and here at Sexual Performance Total, you can get aids to help protect yourself from sexual infections and also provide sexual infections treatments which can help you get over the problem.

Information on Sexual Infections (STIs)