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Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Treated by My Canadian Pharmacy

Our sexual life gives us the greatest satisfaction but can also have hidden pitfalls concerning our health. People having sex with different partners  may be damages by Sexually Transmitted Infections that’s why we should be informed how to protect yourself. My Canadian Pharmacy has a wide range of preparations concerning sexual health including Viagra and Cialis.

There are various disorders but the most dangerous is HIV but there are also other disorders bringing great discomfort. Alert today, alive tomorrow!

What are STI’s? Sexually transmitted infections are infections which may be transmitted from one person to another during sexual intercourse. STI’s can be provoked by virus, bacteria or small substances being present in the organism. STI’s may be transmitted via the contact between skin, throat or genitals. It is very important to treat such infections in time because it may lead to severe circumstances. My Canadian Pharmacy Inc will be glad to help you to get rid of such troubles due to its medical remedies. Moreover this online pharmacy has in its assortment Viagra and Cialis to overcome erectile dysfunction.

What are HIV and AIDS?
HIV is he Human Immunodeficiency Virus.  AIDS is the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. It may be depicted as a combination of diseases of a person because HIV destroys the immune system. HIV causes AIDS.

What can I take if I do not protect myself during sexual intercourse? Here is the list:
From body rubbing, skin-to-skin contact:  crabs, scabies, chancroid, genital warts (HPV), herpes, molluscum contagiousum
From kissing:  oral herpes (cold sores)
From oral sex:  herpes, chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, Hep A
From oral-anal contact (rimming):  Amebiasis, Giardia, Hep A, Shigella
From vaginal or anal intercourse:  HIV, genital warts (HPV), chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, herpes, Hep B.

What are the symptoms of STI diseases?
The main symptoms are discharge from the tip of the penis or the vagina, pain during urination, sores or bumps on or around the genitals or anus, rashes or itching around the genital area, swollen glands, fever, pelvic pain or pain during sex, bleeding after intercourse, jaundice, and sore throats. If you notice some of these symptoms it is better to consult the doctor. But there are cases when there is no symptoms at all.

What about the risk?
The key element sounds like more partners you have higher the risk to possess such diseases. Visually you cannot identify whether the person has such diseases or not. Be attentive and protect yourself.

How can I avoid such problems?
There is no 100% guarantee of been protected from STI’s but it is better to use condoms but there are cases when they do not have any opportunity to protect us from STI’s. It Is better to undergo medical screenings as frequently as possible.

What if I have STI?
Really speaking do not be panic. The majority of such diseases may be easily treated. Sooner you have received treatment easier will be the procedure of treatment. There are free doctors available at hospitals to conduct the screenings for you. You may also contact with national Planned Parenthood hotline at 1.800.230.PLAN and they will recommend you where you should go.

The successful recovery is dependent on the fact that only strict following of the prescription will let you to get rid of STI. You do not need to give up the treatment if the symptoms disappear. Your partner should be treated as well to protect sexual health of both partners. My Canadian Pharmacy is ready to help you to select the necessary preparations for treatment and you will recover as soon as possible.

See pictures of common STI outbreaks

What are some of the most common common STI’s?

STI’s that cause sores, blisters, and bumps in the genital or anal area:

Genital Warts (Human Papilloma Virus) and abnormal cell changes for women



Molluscum Contagiousum


STD’s that cause abnormal discharge from the vagina/penis and pain during urination:

Trichomonas (see also: Vaginitis)

Gonorrhea (which can lead to PID in women)

Chlamydia (which can lead to PID in women)

NGU (NonGonococcal Urethritis)


Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

STI’s that cause itching



STD’s that can make you feel generally icky

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis B


mysexlifeonline sexual health links

General Sexually Transmitted Infections:

American Social Health Association

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Planned Parenthood

Reproductive Health Issues for Men & Women

For Men

Male Anatomy

Testicular Cancer and Testicular Self Exams

Prostate Cancer

Anal Cancer

Erectile Dysfunction / Impotence

Retrograde Ejaculation

Urinary Tract Infections

Hemorrhoids and Proctitis


Peyronie’s Disease (Bent Penis)

Self Care Flow Chart for Men’s Reproductive Health Issues

For Women

Female Anatomy

Cervical Cancer

Breast Cancer and Breast Self Exams

Breast Feeding Information

Vaginal Self-Exams

Yeast Infections

GYN visits and exams

Periods / Menstruation

Birth Control


Emergency Contraception (Morning After Pill)

Natural Family Planning Techniques

Abortion and Where to Find Abortion Service Providers (US)

Hemorrhoids and Proctitis

Self Care Flow Chart for Genital Problems in Women


Good Sexual and Reproductive Health Websites:

International Planned Parenthood Federation

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

American Society for Reproductive Medicine

Family Care International

Our Bodies, Ourselves

Engender Health

National Women’s Health Information Center

Black Women’s Health Imperative

Read Population Council’s facts on how social issues are connected with sexual and reproductive health.