What is an sti, how is an std treated?

* STDS - sexually transmitted diseases (CDC - Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance)
**STIS - sexually transmitted infections (STD Sexually Transmitted Diseases)

Who is at risk of sexually transmitted diseases, stds?

Answer: People who change sex partners frequently and do not use protective equipment such as condoms during sexual contacts.

What are stis?
How are sexually transmitted diseases different from stds?
How to identify stis in yourself?
How to recognize an std in a partner?
How many people have stis in the world?
Where can stis be detected?
Why should both partners be treated, even if nothing bothers?
Do they report the detected sexually transmitted disease to the place of work, school or relatives?
Can you protect yourself from STIs if you can't use a condom?
Can I have a baby after syphilis?
Why is STI the main cause of infertility?
Can an STI make a man impotent?
How long does syphilis take and is it curable?
Is syphilis only treated in a hospital?
How not to get infected with syphilis in everyday life?
How to identify thrush?
If my partner has thrush, is he a cheater?
Is it possible to get rid of genital herpes permanently?
How often do you need to get tested for STIs?
What methods should be used to protect against HIV infection, and what - from STIs?
Is there a risk of contracting an STI after oral sex?
Can STDs Be Cured Quickly?
Why is it hardest to get rid of chlamydia?
Is sex allowed while treating STDs?
Why are there different detection rates of STDs in men and women, incl. by different methods?
Can STDs (Trichomoniasis and Gonorrhea in particular) be permanently cured?
Can you get an STD through the household (not sex) route?
How often do you need to be examined for STDs and take smears to determine the state of chronic inflammatory processes?
Can STDs Lead to Cancer?