Trichomoniasis / Parasitic / Female STD
Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a very tiny pear-shaped parasite, which is not visible to the naked eye. It is extremely contagious and affects about 200 million people worldwide.
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Because this tiny, but dangerous protozoan (parasite) has a special affinity for the moist areas of the vagina, penis, urethra and anus,
anyone who has engaged in unprotected sex, should be tested for Trichomoniasis.
Complete abstinence is the only guaranteed way to never contact an STD. The second best choice is to ONLY have monogamous sex with a partner who has been thoroughly screened and is found to be free of ALL STDs.
85% of people infected are asymptomatic, which means they display no symptoms until the disease has well advanced. This is especially true of women. This means they can fully infect their sexual partner and never know it.
The incubation period is usually 4-28 days, depending upon the general state of the persons immune system.
Like most STDs, Trichomoniasis is an opportunistic infection. It is always on the lookout for a host to inhabit.
Men with HIV (whether they know they have it, or not) have SIX TIMES higher concentration of the HIV virus in their semen if they are also infected with Trichomoniasis. This tiny, virulent parasite does a serious number on the immune system, making it far easier for the HIV virus to advance and drag the victim into full-blown AIDS. The male victim infected with Trichomoniasis also is able to infect others with HIV at a much higher rate than usual.
In women with depressed immune systems, symptoms can arise in as short as 7-10 days. A woman may feel extremely tired, or feel like the flu may be developing.
As the Trichomoniasis parasite progresses, she may experience the following symptoms:
Go to Natural Remedy for Trichomoniasis to learn about the everyday things that drag down your immune system and leave you prey to STDs, such as Trichomoniasis.
- Low back pain that accompanies a green, yellow vaginal discharge.
- Nongonococcal Urethritis, NGU, symptoms, such as pain during urination. Go to Nongonococcal Urethritis page to learn about this STD. A woman may feel that she has a bladder infection.
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