It has been announced through available information that the pace at which diseases are transmitted through lovemaking in Nigeria is shocking.
These are six widespread diseases in Nigeria that are transmitted through lovemaking.
Chlamydia is named as one of the most popular diseases that can spread to another person through lovemaking, chlamydia is an infection caused by bacteria known as Chlamydia trachomatis.
At the early stages, the disease normally doesn't show any symptoms, it takes about 1 to 3 weeks before symptoms start showing.
Gonorrhea isn't merely a popular disease in Nigeria, but it is likewise part of the severe STD's that jeopardize human health.
The symptoms start coming out within 10 days and rare cases of people seeing the symptoms months after being exposed to it.
Syphilis is another dangerous disease transmitted through lovemaking, it has the propensity of killing its victim if they are not quickly treated.
Syphilis is liable to affect the brain, heart, and virtually all internal body organs overtime.
Trichomoniasis is a disease of the female reproductive tract, as well as affects the urethra of men. This is prompted by parasites named Trichomonas vaginalis and largely infected through lovemaking.
The symptoms of trichomoniasis parasite may show within 5 to 28 days after being infected.
Genital herpes is likewise a widespread (STD) disease transmitted through lovemaking.
Mostly, the herpes infection results in sores that come out in the female genital tract, male organs. It sometimes, occur around the lips.
HIV is the most dreadful of all infections associated with virus-infected through lovemaking as it obstructs the ability of the body to fight against fungi, bacteria, and viruses.
When not properly treated, it leads to AIDS, a life-threatening chronic disease.
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