TDs may or may not show signs and symptoms of infection. Moreover, some signs are confused for common ailments like allergies, blisters or the flu. If you suspect that you may be infected, it would be wise to refer to STD pictures as your source of information. This provides you with a visual idea of how an STD infection looks like and how it afflicts a person physically.
STD pictures can give you a clear visual display of sores, rashes, and blisters that are common manifestations of the disease. The nature and description of the symptoms vary from one disease to another.
STD Pictures of Syphilis usually show symptoms that commonly manifest a round, cluster like rash called Chancre which appears around the genital and rectal areas both in men and women. The rashes would disappear after a time only to reappear on different parts of the body, most commonly on the hands and soles of the feet. Cases of severe Chancre manifestations is the appearance of the skin looking it lost a lot of layers.
Sores and blisters appear on the skin often mistaken as insect bites or common allergy are the usual pictures seen with a picture of Herpes. The sores appear in small groups and often hurt. Even after these have healed, the scabs are still infectious. First outbreak of sores occurs during the first two to four weeks of transmission. Second outbreak will occur in greater intensity accompanied by flu like symptoms and swollen lymph glands.
One of the best ways to warn your child about sexually transmitted diseases is by showing them photos of different infections, such as pictures of genital warts, syphilis, and herpes so they know what it can do to them, their sexual health and their future. This is a great way to teach the younger generation about sexual health, not to scare them but to give them valuable information regarding STDs. This is important since adolescents are the ones that are more likely to get infected and is actually the majority of the statistics.
You can get these STD pictures from the internet, books, and other references. Of course, the best place to get them would have to be the place where you can seek consult when you think you may have the disease depicted in the pictures: STD clinics.
These STD clinics have at their disposal tons of STD pictures that they use to educate their clients on the would-be hazardous effects of STDs. Not only that, but they also help clients detect possible infections. After learning what the STD looks like, you can seek consult from them and ask to be tested since they have a lot of laboratory tests that will be able to determine the scope of the infection as well as the accuracy of your guess.
When going to STD clinics, be prepared to be asked various questions regarding your sexual life. However, do not hesitate to answer honestly since these STD clinics promises complete confidentiality.
Source by Bruce Lloyd