Sexually transmitted infections

The major types of sexually transmitted infections are: (1) those that cause urethritis (inflammation of the urethra which carries urine out from the bladder), (2) those that cause ulcers in the genital region (herpes simplex or syphilis) and (3) viruses transmitted in sexual fluids but with major effects elsewhere, (4) genital warts.

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