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STDs and pregnancy

Sexually transmittable diseases are always a bit of a taboo, and being diagnosed with an STD when you are pregnant is always unpleasant. Ideally, everyone would undergo STD testing before...

Tubal pregnancy as a result of chlamydia

Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. It often has no symptoms at all, yet can do a lot of damage to a woman's reproductive system. The...

Pope allows condoms?

The Vatican has always had a rather clear stance on birth control and reproductive issues. Artificial birth control has long been considered unacceptable by Catholic theologians, and only periodic abstinence...

Does Chlamydia and PID lead to tubal pregnancies?

Sexually transmitted diseases are always a scary matter. Whether you are considering STD testing, or have already been and are waiting your results, or are newly diagnosed sexually transmitted diseases...

Sperm washing and HIV

As modern technology has advanced, HIV is no longer an illness that is bound to kill you. With the right medications, HIV positive people have the same life expectancy as...

Can chlamydia cause infertility?

Sexually transmitted diseases, also called STDs, are still a taboo subject. Unfortunately, they are very common. We have written about STDs and what effect they can have on your reproductive...

Genital warts and pregnancy complications

Did you know that HPV, the virus that causes genital warts, is the most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States? But lots of people who are infected with...

Different types of sperm washing which do you need?

Sperm washing is a procedure that is closely associated with Intrauterine Insemination (IUI). There are various types of sperm washing, ranging from a straightforward sperm was to prepare the sperm...

WHO: Untreatable gonorrhea conquering the world!

Strains of the sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea that can't be beaten are spreading throughout the world, the World Health Organization warns! Unless people get more serious about testing and doctors...