Sexually Transmitted Disease Detecting Tips Views From the Faces!

DID you, a number of sexually transmitted diseases can be detected in the face it turns out, both in men and women. Check out any sexually transmitted disease that can be disclosed face, and how to detect it.


People with syphilis can be detected from the wide open wound in the lips and mouth. Syphilis is caused by bacterial infection of Treponema pallidum and is spread through direct sexual contact (including oral) with an infected individual lesions (wounds) are infectious syphilis.

Injuries usually appear about three to six weeks after sex, in the area of sexual contact - usually the genitals - after a phase called primary syphilis. Secondary syphilis symptoms appeared about four to 10 weeks after the appearance of primary lesions, if infection is left untreated. Treatment of this disease can be done using antibiotics.

Primary syphilis and secondary syphilis can appear on the face, usually because of having oral sex with someone who is infected with genital lesions. Primary syphilis on the face usually appears on the lips as a large open wound. Injuries may also arise on the tongue or the insidemouth.

Meanwhile, secondary syphilis may have different symptoms. Bumps are visible in and around the mouth, red rash that appears in the whole body, or the death of abnormal hair (alopecia), a number of symptoms. These secondary symptoms can be caused by infection of the genital sex, not just oral.

Genital Herpes

 This disease can be detected from cold sores around the mouth. Genital herpes is caused by two types of herpes viruses, namely HSV-1 and HSV-2 (no, wrong distinguish with the human papillomavirus, or HPV, which causes genital warts).

As quoted site, as many as 45 million Americans aged 12 years or older suffer from genital herpes, and as much as 80-90 percent of them fail to recognize the symptoms or show no symptoms at all.

Herpes can be spread through sexual contact, either directly (including oral) and through saliva (kissing) with infected individuals. The virus can be spread even when no symptoms are visible, although the transmission is more likely to occur when there are symptoms.

HSV-1 usually causes sores on the mouth, but can also cause genital herpes. This means, one can catch genital herpes from oral sex given someone with cold sores in his mouth (though not common). Meanwhile, HSV-2 only causesgenital herpes.

Currently, there is no cure for genital or oral herpes. Both conditions were more vulnerable to appear or recur during times of stress or when the immune system is disturbed. Treatment can only be used to control symptoms.


Chlamydia can be seen in the eyes ('pink eye') and the risk of causing blindness. Chlamydia is a bacterial infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis bacteria and transmitted through all forms of sex, including oral. As many as 2.3 million Americans are estimated infected with Chlamydia.

Chlamydia more commonly suffered by women, with an estimated 70-80 percent of sufferers are women. However, symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases are often not realized, so that Chlamydia given the nickname 'silent epidemy'. This disease is one of the main causes of infertility in young women.

In men, symptoms also may not be visible, although they tend more often show symptoms. Chlamydia can cause pain during urination, discharge from the genitals, pain or inflammation in the testicles, and bleeding after having sex on women. Treatment can be done using antibiotics.

In addition to these classic symptoms, Chlamydia can also infect the eye, which is sometimes referred to as 'pink eye' or konjungtivitas. Chlamydia infection in the eye largely due to sexual contact, especially from touching your eyes after touching the genitals or genital fluids of infected individuals. In fact, ejaculate directly into the eye can menyebabkkan reported Chlamydia infection in the eye. The latter, although rarely, spread from eye to eye (eg through mascara on women) has also been observed.

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