There are a lot of websites out there which pertain to sexually transmitted diseases. If you go to cdc.gov/STD you will find a wealth of information about most STD topics. There is information here about bacterial vaginosis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis. You simply click on these linls to each for more information. HIV is also discussed, and they have all around general STD information.
Epigee.org is a well rounded website about STDs. This site covers women’s health in relation to STD’s, menstruation issues, birth control practices, and tons of links about anything you need to know concerning these issues. They have a wealth of information about HIV, how to prevent HIV, and ways of treating HIV. So this is a special section devoted to the topic. Another topic covered on this website is also pubic lice.
Avert.org is another website which is good to learn from pertaining to sexually transmitted diseases. Right at the top, they have a section dedicated to HIV/AIDS. This site is also excellent since it has many educational videos, and photos on it. There is also a section pertaining to teens and sex, treatment and testing, how to prevent STDS and the history and science of stds. Out of all sites, I think this one is about one of the most informative.
Herpes-coldsores.com is a site which has many images on it which are showing samples of sexually transmitted diseases. The home page has images right up front, and then below this section, are places within the site where you can click for information about each problem. This site covers other surrounding topics that relate to stds such as public lice, pelvic inflammatory disease, yeast infection, vaginitis, hepatitis, and more. They offer information that talks about the new herpes treatment too. There is a sexual health resource offered, STD support and clinics, and STD and dating.
Womenshealth.gov is an excellent resource for women which is very informative talking about many sexually transmitted diseases. The home page begins with the most frequently asked questions about any sexually transmitted disease from gonorrheam to HPV. On the navigation bar, you’ll notice that they have a topic list from A-Z. If you click on the link to womenshealth.gov, you’ll see a page of further resources for more information about girl’s and women’s health.
From these websites alone, you will find out just about anything you need to know about stds. I strongly suggest visiting any one of them with your concerns.