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8.1 Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Genital Herpes
1.How is genital herpes transmitted? Sexually
2.Some people are infected with the herpes virus but have no symptoms of the disease. True or False True 3.There is no cure for genital herpes but it can be treated by: medications for the symptoms 4.Symptoms of genital herpes include: Blisters and Sores,Feeling like you have the flu 5.List methods for diagnosis of syphilis: Some health care providers can diagnose syphilis by examining material from a syphilis sore. Blood Test. 6.Complications from genital herpes include: recurrent painful sores, psychological distress, possible transmission to baby for pregnant women

Gonorrhea

7.Gonorrhea can be passed from the mother to her baby resulting in blindness and life-threatening blood infection in the baby. True or False 8.In men, there are no symptoms or side effects if Gonorrhea is contracted. True or False False 9.Which female reproductive organs may be affected if Gonorrhea is transmitted to a woman? Uterus or fallopian tubes 10.Symptoms of Gonorrhea will always appear within men during the first 7-10 days after exposure to the Neisseria gonorrheae bacterium. True or False 11.Symptoms of gonorrheal infection include:

Vaginal bleeding between
your periods.
Pain or burning when you
pass urine.
Increased vaginal discharge.
If you have gonorrhea in the rectum,
you might notice these symptoms:
Itching, soreness, bleeding,
a discharge from your rectum,
or painful bowel movements.
If you have gonorrhea in the
throat, you might notice that
your throat is sore
12.List methods for diagnosis of gonorrhea: DNA tests, Gram stain tests 13.Gonorrhea can be treated by: Antibiotics
14.In women, Gonorrhea is a common cause of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). What are symptoms of PID? Fever, Vaginal Discharge, Painful urination, irregular...
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