Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Treatment In Delhi
Sexual Transmitted Diseases are also known as Venereal diseases.
STDs are caused due to the infection of bacteria, viruses or protozoans.
STDs are most commonly found in people with active sexual life.
Some of the diseases can be eradicated, while others are kept in the remittance stage.
STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) or STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) should be treated as early as possible. Otherwise, they would lead to complications like Infertility.
Conventional treatment or Allopathic Treatment of STDs & STIs includes Antibiotics, Antivirals, Antifungal etc. drugs.
But rampant misuse of these medicines has made our bodies immune to them, making them least effective or ineffective in some cases.
Patients who are not responding well to Antibiotics, Antifungal medicines etc., are also welcome at Sidri International Skin Hair & Sexology Clinic for Safe & Effective Treatment of many STDs and STIs and get themselves treated with Ayurvedic Medicines.
Many patients have recurrent Balanitis (Redness On Penis Head), Balanoposthitis (Redness On Penis Pink Head and Foreskin), Penis Fungal Infection & many other diseases successfully treated at Sidri International Skin Hair & Sexology Clinic with Utmost Care.
COMMON SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE IN MEN
The following are the most common sexually transmitted diseases:
Syphilis is caused due to the infection of Treponema pallidum.
The presence of syphilitic lesions characterizes this venereal disease.
If left untreated in pregnant women, the infection may pass on to the fetus leading to severe deformities.
- Genital Warts:
Genital warts are one of the most common types of STDs.
These occur when Human Papilloma Virus infects the body.
Genital warts are found around the anus, penis, and male scrotum.
Infection of Neisseria gonorrhoeae bacteria causes this STD.
This bacteria is highly contagious and requires a moist area to flourish.
The bacteria survive in the penis, mouth or rectum and have the potential to be transmitted through sexual contact.
- HIV / AIDS:
Human Immunodeficiency Virus is the reason for developing AIDS.
This virus can be found in the semen, blood and rectal fluids of the affected patients.
The disease can be transmitted through sexual intercourse with an infected person and sharing needles.
Hiv can also transfer from the mother to the fetus.
Chlamydia is one of the most common STDs.
Chlamydia infection is caused by Chlamydia trachomatis.
It is generally found in the genital region and the eyes.
Left untreated may lead to pelvic pain and painful sexual intercourse.
The disease is commonly found in sexually active people.
The protozoan parasite Trichomonas vaginalis is the causative agent of this disease.
Although commonly found in women, it also causes infection in males.
- Molluscum Contagiosum:
Molluscum Contagiosum is a type of viral infection caused by the Molluscum Contagiosum Virus (MCV).
Four virus strains found in Molluscum Contagiosum are MCV-1, MCV-2, MCV-3 and MCV-4, the most common being MCV-1.
If the infection occurs in young children, the condition is not categorized as STD.
This STD is spread only through sexual contact.
The causative agent is Haemophilus ducreyi bacteria.
The presence of painful sores characterizes it.
- Genital Herpes:
Herpes is caused due to the herpes simplex virus.
This STD generally affects the genitals and cervix.
It is a non-curable chronic condition, and the virus resides in the body in the dormant stage.
- HPV (Human papillomavirus):
Human Papillomavirus infection is spread through genital contact, oral, anal or vaginal sex.
People with sexually active life are at higher risk of developing this infection.
SYMPTOMS OF STDs
- Itching, Inflammation, and redness in the tissues surrounding the genital area.
- Foul odour from genitals
- Development of genital warts or soreness in the genital area
- Discharge from genitals, i.e. from penis or vagina.
- Painful urination
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Blisters around the mouth
- Rashes on male reproductive organs such as the penis and testicles
- Itching on the tip of the penis
- Pain during ejaculation
- Fever and fatigue
- Anal itching
- Pain in the abdominal region
DIAGNOSIS OF STDs
Different diagnostic techniques are adopted for different types of STDs.
1) Gonorrhea: Cervical, penile and vaginal secretion is tested in the laboratory for the possible presence of the causative agent, along with the physical examination of the pelvic region.
2) Herpes Infection: Physical evaluation is an important diagnostic parameter for the preliminary examination of herpes. However, the conclusive diagnostic method is a blood test and culture.
3) Syphilis: Apart from the physical evaluation of the pelvic region, various tests are used to diagnose syphilis. These tests include Rapid Plasma Reagin, Fluorescent Treponemal Antibody-Absorption antibody blood test and T. pallidum hemagglutination assay.
4) Chlamydia: For the diagnosis of chlamydia, genital secretions or urine samples are taken to confirm the presence of C. trachomatis.
CAN SOMEONE DIE FROM STDs
STDs should be treated as early as possible. Otherwise, they would lead to complications.
The person treating such infection is an STD specialist, Sexologist, or Venereologist.
Although Sexually Transmitted Diseases are not fatal, if left untreated, they may cause life-threatening conditions such as cancer.
HPV and HIV infections, if left untreated, lead to disastrous consequences.
Further, untreated sexually transmitted diseases may lead to social isolation, embarrassment, frustration, and humiliation.
Causes of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Sexually Transmitted Infections:
All sexually transmitted diseases are originated due to pathogens.
Although the spreading and transmission may vary, the cause of venereal diseases and infections due to:
1) Bacteria such as gonorrhoea, syphilis, and chlamydia,
2) Viruses such as HPV and HIV
3) Parasites such as trichomonas vaginalis
Some of the above infections are highly contagious and found in almost everyone with sexual activity.
In most people, these pathogens are in the dormant stage, and thus the patient does not experience any symptoms.
Ejaculation is not a prerequisite for transmission of infection, and mere genital contact is sufficient for spreading.
The use of contaminated needles in the case of administering drugs or equipment for tattooing also plays a vital role in spreading infection.
Not all infections shredded through sexual contact are considered Sexually Transmitted Diseases, such as Cytomegalovirus Infection.
RISK FACTORS OF STDs and STIs
People with a highly active sex life are more prone to develop STDs.
The following are the risk factors associated with venereal diseases:
1) History of STIs:
People with a history of developing such diseases are at higher risk of contracting the condition.
Suppose the current Sexually Transmitted Disease is not treated correctly. In that case, the person increases their risk of developing another type of disease of the same category.
2) Sex with multiple partners:
The more the person engages in sexual contact with multiple partners, the more he is prone to contract Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
3) Contaminated Needles:
People who indulge in taking drugs or who have medications injected with contaminated needles are at higher risk.
Also, people who frequently tattoo their skin are at greater risk.
4) High intake of alcohol:
People who frequently drink an excess quantity of alcohol does not have control over their body and emotions.
Such people may indulge in unprotected sexual activities, thereby increasing the risk of developing STDs.
5) Frequent use of drugs:
People who frequently use drugs for erectile dysfunction are at increased risk if they indulge in unprotected sexual contact without being informed about safe sex practices.
PREVENTION OF STDs
People can follow various strategies to prevent the spreading of sexually transmitted diseases:
1) Stay away: The best way to prevent STDs is to avoid sex.
2) Vaccination: Vaccination is available for sexually transmitted diseases such as HPV infection.
3) Single uninfected partner: Always indulge in sexual intercourse with a single uninfected partner. The more sexual partners, the higher the risk of contracting STDs.
4) Protected Sex: Protective measures such as condoms should be used during sexual intercourse.
5) Avoid risky sexual activities: Even a tiny cut or exposure to the inner skin surface increases your chances of getting infected. So always indulge in safe sex practices.
6) Communication: Communicate transparently with your partner. It will increase confidence and trust.
7) Testing for STDs: Getting tested for STDs by both you and your partner significantly reduces the risk of developing an infection.
SIDE EFFECTS OF ALLOPATHIC TREATMENT
- The treatment through medicine may lead to allergic reactions such as swelling, redness and itching.
- Drugs may also cause unpleasant side effects such as diarrhoea, preventing long-term use.
- Often, the symptoms or the infection may return as allopathic medicines may not treat the root cause nor increase immunity.
AYURVEDIC TREATMENT OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE
Proper ayurvedic treatment is required for the management of Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
For accurate diagnosis and effective treatment strategy, the patient should visit the Ayurvedic Sexologist Doctor, who is highly experienced in treating such conditions.
Selection of the best doctor is essential as many other diseases also have symptoms similar to STDs, leading to misdiagnosis and wrong treatment.
Dr. Manu Rajput and Dr. Kanu Rajput are the Top Most STD doctors in Delhi for treating Sexually Transmitted diseases.
WHEN TO SEE A DOCTOR?
Book an appointment with your doctor if:
- You have painful urination.
- You have chronic fatigue and fever
- You have pain during sexual intercourse.
- You have itching on the tip of the penis
- You have a discharge from the penis or vagina.
- Do you have any other symptoms that make you feel you might have contracted STDs?
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Before going for a doctor’s visit, please follow the below tips:
- Confirm the availability of the doctor even if you have a prior appointment.
- Write the symptoms so you do not miss something while in the doctor’s cabin.
- Take all the previous prescriptions with you if you are being treated for any other disease.
- Make a list of questions that you have to ask the doctor.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM YOUR DOCTOR?
The doctor may ask you various questions regarding the symptoms and your sexual life.
Answer the questions correctly so the correct diagnosis can initiate the proper treatment.
The doctor may ask you the following questions:
- For how long have these symptoms existed?
- Are you engaged with one or more than one sexual partners?
- How long have you been engaged with the current partner?
- Have you ever suffered from a Sexually Transmitted Disease?
- When did you recently indulge in sexual activity?
Note: Patients who have taken allopathic medicines with minimal or no results due to resistance, etc., are also welcome to experience the strength of Ayurveda.
So, if you have any STI or STD or are afraid that you might have it after your sexual contact, then waste no time and book your appointment at Sidri International Skin Hair and Sexology Clinic.