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21 South Jackson St. Suite C
Janesville, WI 53548
608-755-9739
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Chlamydia:

Symptoms

  • May be without symptoms in the beginning stages of disease
  • Genital discharge
  • Burning sensation upon urination

Complications:

  • Can affect reproductive organs
  • Can cause sterility
  • Can be passed to infant’s eyes and lungs during delivery

 

Genital Warts/HPV-Human Papilloma Virus

Symptoms:

  • Bumpy growth on genitals
  • Itching and burning in genital area

Complications:

  • Difficult to cure
  • Abnormal PAP tests, develops into cancer if not treated
  • Cancer of anus and penis
  • Can be passed to infant at delivery

 

Gonorrhea

Symptoms:

  • May be without symptoms in the beginning stages of disease
  • Burning or pain upon urination and/or bowel movement
  • Menstrual difficulties
  • Abdominal pain and cramping

Complications:

  • Can affect reproductive organs
  • Can cause sterility
  • Cardiac problems
  • Skin problems
  • Arthritis problems
  • Blindess
  • Can be passed to infant at delivery

Herpes:

Symptoms:

  • May be without visible symptoms, especially in the beginning
  • Itching or burning on genitals or the mouth
  • Painful blisters
  • May experience flu-like symptoms

Complications:

  • No known cure
  • Blisters can recur and will last up to 3 weeks
  • Can be passed to infant at delivery

Syphilis

Symptoms:

  • Chancre (sore) on genitals or mouth
  • Rash on body
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Illness is still there even when symptoms are gone

Complications:

  • Can infect fetus during pregnancy and at delivery
  • Heart disease
  • Brain damage
  • Blindness
  • Paralysis
  • Insanity

AIDS

Symptoms:

  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Weight loss
  • White spots in the mouth
  • Purple spots on skin and in nose, mouth, anus

Complications:

  • No known cure
  • Can be passed to infant during pregnancy, delivery and when breastfeeding
  • Immune system disturbance
  • Death

HEPATITIS B

Symptoms:

  • May be without symptoms
  • Jaundice (yellowing of skin)
  • Fatigue
  • Dark Urine and gray bowel movement

Complications:

  • Liver damage/cirrhosis
  • Liver Cancer

PID-Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Symptoms:

  • Symptoms seem to be minor at first, i.e. cramping
  • May have similar symptoms to Chlamydia

Complications:

  • Ectopic pregnancies
  • Sterility
  • Cancer
  • Can be life-threatening

 

These are the most common of the Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

One thing that must be understood: When you have sex with someone, it is as if you are having sex with everyone they have had sex with, and everyone they and their partners have had sex with. This is one of the reasons why STD’s are transmitted so readily, and are spreading like wildfire throughout the United States and beyond. Twelve million new STD cases are reported each year which means 33,000 per day.


If you think you have an STD:

1. You need to see your physician.
2. You will need to be treated immediately.
3. You will need to notify your current sexual partners and possibly past partners as well.

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Chlamydia:

Symptoms

  • May be without symptoms in the beginning stages of disease
  • Genital discharge
  • Burning sensation upon urination

Complications:

  • Can affect reproductive organs
  • Can cause sterility
  • Can be passed to infant’s eyes and lungs during delivery

 

Genital Warts/HPV-Human Papilloma Virus

Symptoms:

  • Bumpy growth on genitals
  • Itching and burning in genital area

Complications:

  • Difficult to cure
  • Abnormal PAP tests, develops into cancer if not treated
  • Cancer of anus and penis
  • Can be passed to infant at delivery

 

Gonorrhea

Symptoms:

  • May be without symptoms in the beginning stages of disease
  • Burning or pain upon urination and/or bowel movement
  • Menstrual difficulties
  • Abdominal pain and cramping

Complications:

  • Can affect reproductive organs
  • Can cause sterility
  • Cardiac problems
  • Skin problems
  • Arthritis problems
  • Blindess
  • Can be passed to infant at delivery

Herpes:

Symptoms:

  • May be without visible symptoms, especially in the beginning
  • Itching or burning on genitals or the mouth
  • Painful blisters
  • May experience flu-like symptoms

Complications:

  • No known cure
  • Blisters can recur and will last up to 3 weeks
  • Can be passed to infant at delivery

Syphilis

Symptoms:

  • Chancre (sore) on genitals or mouth
  • Rash on body
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Illness is still there even when symptoms are gone

Complications:

  • Can infect fetus during pregnancy and at delivery
  • Heart disease
  • Brain damage
  • Blindness
  • Paralysis
  • Insanity

AIDS

Symptoms:

  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Weight loss
  • White spots in the mouth
  • Purple spots on skin and in nose, mouth, anus

Complications:

  • No known cure
  • Can be passed to infant during pregnancy, delivery and when breastfeeding
  • Immune system disturbance
  • Death

HEPATITIS B

Symptoms:

  • May be without symptoms
  • Jaundice (yellowing of skin)
  • Fatigue
  • Dark Urine and gray bowel movement

Complications:

  • Liver damage/cirrhosis
  • Liver Cancer

PID-Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Symptoms:

  • Symptoms seem to be minor at first, i.e. cramping
  • May have similar symptoms to Chlamydia

Complications:

  • Ectopic pregnancies
  • Sterility
  • Cancer
  • Can be life-threatening

 

These are the most common of the Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

One thing that must be understood: When you have sex with someone, it is as if you are having sex with everyone they have had sex with, and everyone they and their partners have had sex with. This is one of the reasons why STD’s are transmitted so readily, and are spreading like wildfire throughout the United States and beyond. Twelve million new STD cases are reported each year which means 33,000 per day.


If you think you have an STD:

1. You need to see your physician.
2. You will need to be treated immediately.
3. You will need to notify your current sexual partners and possibly past partners as well.



Post Abortion Healing



Contact Us

Pregnancy Helpline
21 South Jackson St. Suite C
Janesville, WI 53548
608-755-9739
onlinehelp@pregnancy-helpline.net