Common Stds

Common Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Stds)

Common Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Stds) and Infections (Sti's)

The most common stds can be split into two groups.

These groups are the incurable sexually transmitted diseases (stds) and those diseases and infections which can currently be treated and cured.

Do note that antibiotic resistance is on the rise, a significant development in sexually transmissible infections and a major risk to long-term health for those people who contract one of the antibiotic resistant strains.

Quick summaries of common sexually transmitted diseases (stds) which can currently be cured:

Quick summaries of common sexually transmitted diseases and infections which cannot be cured:




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