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Other STDs/STIs

Trichomoniasis
Pubic Lice
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

Trichomoniasis

The Facts About Trichomoniasis

Caused by a parasite, trichomoniasis is one of the most common STDs in the U.S.

Though usually found in women, this STI can also hit men and potentially harm the urethra.

There are an estimated 2 million cases of trich, but only 30 percent present symptoms.

Understanding the dangers of 'trich' can help you protect your reproductive health.

Pubic Lice

The Facts About Pubic Lice

If you have pubic lice, you're among the 3 million annual cases in the U.S.

No one wants creepy-crawlies on their genitalia. Be aware of the symptoms and treatments.

Fear has many playing squatty-potty, but it's mostly safe to sit on the bowl.

A few products from your pantry may be the simple solution to this common problem.

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

The Facts About PID

PID can cause uncomfortable sex, fertility struggles and more, but treatment is available.

Know the symptoms of PID so you can protect yourself.

No medical condition has to be the end of your dating life.

Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome is a rare threat, but it should be taken seriously if you have PID.

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