Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Safeguard Yourself against Potential Latent Sexually Transmitted Diseases that may cause Infertility and Complications
Despite the general open-mindedness of our society, sex remains a topic rarely discussed in public. Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) seem like something far away from us, and many suffering from such diseases are reluctant to seek medical attention out of embarrassment.
STDs are generally transmitted through direct sexual contact and can be bacterial, viral or parasitic. The human body lacks immunity to most STDs, and such infections can not only affect genital organs and the reproductive systems, but also potentially cause complications including infertility and even death. Pregnant women suffering from STDs may transmit the disease to their offspring, resulting in infections that may lead to other diseases or even death in serious cases.