There is no shortcut for curing chronic diseases. If there was one, the disease would not have become chronic in the first place.
STD is known as sexually transmitted disease and is associated with unsafe sex with an infected partner regardless of type of sex – vaginal, oral or anal.
Unsafe sex with an infected partner.
Hospital procedure transmitting infections, as intra venous transfusions
Drug injections using non sterilized common syringe and needles
Infection transferred from mother to fetus.
Symptoms depend on kind of infection (Check the individual Ailment for more details)
Gonorrhea symptoms in women -
Painful or burning sensations when urinating
Vaginal discharge that is yellow or bloody
Bleeding after vaginal intercourse
Gonorrhea symptoms in men -
Burning sensations during urination that may be severe
Discharge of pus (gleet) from the urethra with pain
Anal itching and discharge may be observed
Sore / chancre at the point of infection usually genital or oral mucosa
Enlarged lymph nodes
Skin rash reddish brown developing sores/ulcers
Fever, fatigue and aching
Destructive process gradually spreads to heart, blood vessels, nerves, eyes and bones.
Loss of appetite
Liver damage with pain
Pain and aches in joints
Fluid filled painful blisters in genital area, lips
Itching and tingling in affected skin
Fever, headache, malaise
Enlarged and tender lymph nodes in groins
HPV (human papilloma virus)
Warts on lips, or perineum
HIV/ AIDS (Aquired immunodeficiency syndrome)
Fatigue, fever, skin rash, enlarged lymph nodes
Diarrhea, unexplained weight loss, cough, shortness of breath
Fever with chill and profuse sweating, headaches.
Spread of infection to partner and newborn.
Guilt/ Loss of self esteem leading to suicide
Timely diagnosis and treatment are important to avoid severe, potentially life-threatening health problems and infecting others.
STD symptoms require more involved and long-term homeopathic treatment.
Treatment success varies from person to person and depends on stage, complications and number/ kind of infections.
Ultimately the immune system has to build up to prevent the fatal complications.