- one of the most common diseases of the urinary tract, which occupies a leading position among the STIs - sexually transmitted infections by.It is caused by a primitive single-celled organism that is moved with the help of flagella, making jerky and rotational movement.The most favorable for the development of this infection is the medium with acidity 5.0 - 6.5 pH.
In humans, only a few species of parasitic trichomonas - intestinal, oral and urogenital.The last of them live in the cervix and vagina in the fairer sex, as well as in the seminal vesicles and the prostate gland in men.Microorganisms are able to maintain their viability in semen, urine, water and damp, clean linen about a day.Moisture is indispensable for the life of trichomonas, when dried, they die very quickly.
Chlamydia Chlamydia is a very common disease transmitted during sexual intercourse.It is caused by Chlamydia - Chlamydia trachomatis.These disease characterized by a rather complicated process of treatment, because the microorganisms have twofold properties - and bacteria, and viruses.In addition, they have a very complex development cycle - during the life of chlamydia are able to penetrate into the healthy cells of the host organism and have a devastating effect on them.
the initial stages of chlamydia often asymptomatic, resulting from the inadequate treatment can develop into persistent (sleeping) infection, which is activated from time to time.In the absence of proper treatment the patient may experience inflammation of the urogenital system, sterility, conjunctivitis, arthritis and pneumonia.
Other common diseases
Mycoplasmosis - a disease caused by mycoplasma - free-living unicellular organisms belonging to the family of Mycoplasmataceae.This disease can cause the development of urethritis, pyelonephritis, bacterial vaginosis, sepsis, prostatitis, arthritis, as well as pathologies of pregnancy and fetal, postnatal and birth fever.
Ureaplasmosis - an illness caused by a specific microorganism called Urealitikum ureaplasma (Ureaplasma Urealyticum).It can cause inflammation of the urethra in men and uterus and adnexa in women.In addition, this disease is often accompanied by urolithiasis, cystitis and pyelonephritis.By
least common STDs include human papillomavirus, herpes, gonorrhea, syphilis, candidiasis, and, of course, AIDS.