In need of sexually transmitted disease testing in or around Detroit, Michigan? We have doctors ready to test you for genital herpes both simplex I and II, genital human papillomavirus or HPV, chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphillis, human immunodeficiency virus, bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis, and all other diseases. Lets go through them one by one so you understand the risks associated with carrying them and getting them and what you can do to keep yourself safe. Genital Herpes is a very common disease, but the majority of people who end up getting it don’t actually ever know that they have it. There are often no ways to tell that one person has been infected; they simply never show signs. The most obvious symptoms of having genital warts is that there will be hurtful sores and blisters on and around your genitals. These can not only be physically painful but also mentally damaging as others will have to see your genitals covered in warts and diseases. Healthcare providers can and do pay for this test because of the fact that the disease is so common and that virtually any person that has been sexually active in their life time can indeed contract the disease into their blood.
You may be asking yourself, just what is this disease genital herpes that you ended up getting? How common exactly is it and how many other people have it and know versus have it and don’t know? Many of these are normal questions and we will do our best to try to educate you on genital herpes because of the risks associated with it. You can contract the disease in multiple fashions: through either oral sexual contact, anal sex, or vaginal sex. It is estimated that one out of e very seven people has type I herpes and that 1 out of every 6 people has type II herpes. Don’t get these diseases because then you will just be a statistic. You might wonder how it actually does its infecting and that is through fluids that can be foujnd inside the sores that the virus creates. These sores carry in the infection and when they come in contact with skin the fluid spills the virus over onto the new fresh skin and ends up infilitrating the space and infecting the blood.
One thing that new mothers often ask is how herpes can affect their baby if it is unborn? SHould the baby be punished for the sins of the mother and be born with a disease? Probably not. But if her doctor isn’t immediately notified then you run the risk of getting the disease from yourself to your new unborn child at childbirth. More often then not your medical health care provider will tell you if you have the herpes condition simply by gazing at your genitals. If you have open sores then you probably have genital herpes and you should make an appointment to see your general practitioner to get something to take care of the infection for you.