Types of Sexually Transmitted Disease and How to Treat Them

The previous article introduced the “5 Tips for Sex During Very Early Pregnancy”. As you know, you can have sex during very early pregnancy. However, there are things you need to watch out for.

This article will introduce what types of STD you may get and how to treat them.

1. Types of STD (sexually transmitted disease)


These are the following types of STD.

● Genital chlamydial infection
● Genital candidiasis
● Trichomonas
● Gonorrhea infectious disease

STD can be transmitted to both men and women. The risk to get STD is high when you have sex without condom. Avoid sex without condom during pregnancy. In addition, it is said that in many cases, women often feel abnormalities and see discharge when they get STD. If you see any abnormality in the smell or color of discharge, you should suspect that you may have STD.

If you leave the infection untreated during pregnancy, not only is there a risk of miscarriage and premature birth, but you may also pass on the infection to your baby. If the baby gets an infection, it can cause serious debilitating symptoms. This is why you have to be careful about infections during pregnancy.

2. How to prevent STD


The best way to prevent STD during pregnancy is to use a condom. Even if you are pregnant, you should not think that you can have sex without a condom. If your partner says that he wants to have sex without condom since you are pregnant, he should know the risk of STD without condom. It is for your baby. And it’s important to discuss these things properly.

In addition, you have to keep your body clean – wash your hands, take a shower, cut your nails etc., before sex. There are bacteria in your nails, and you need to be careful.

3. What if you feel abnormality


For medical checkup during pregnancy, there are some items to check whether you have STD or not by initial examination. Therefore, the infection in the very early pregnancy can be found in the pregnancy medical checkup. However, if you suspect an infection after very early pregnancy, visit a gynecologist to have check up. If your partner (man) feels abnormalities about STD, visit urology.

Treatment of STD at an early stage can minimize the effects on the fetus. Genital candidiasis etc. may also occur to pregnant women who have become less resistant during pregnancy, even without having sex.

It is important to treat them even if you are diagnosed with STD during pregnancy. If one of you may have STD, avoid having sex until you know the results of the test. In addition, be careful as we may be infected from the mouth and hand.

4. When you need to avoid having sex during very early pregnancy


As we have mentioned, there is no problem with having sex even during very early pregnancy. But only if both of you are healthy and have no STD. If you see the symptoms as follows, avoid having sex and talk with a gynecologist about sex during pregnancy.

These are some symptoms to watch out for or you need to avoid:

  •  Bleeding, even a little
  •  Feeling pain in lower abdomen
  •  Have experienced miscarriage or premature birth
  •  Have experience or suspicion of cervical asthenia
  •  Have experience with multi-fetal delivery
  • When the doctor has already given instructions for rest

People with these symptoms may have problems due to sex during pregnancy. Even if you do not have these symptoms, but don’t feel well, it may be a sign of infection. Be alert during pregnancy and consider your physical condition, and ask your partner for understanding.

To have sex during very early pregnancy is not bad thing. However, you have to know how to do it carefully as there is a risk of getting STD if you have sex without condom. Think about your condition and the baby first and talk with your partner.