Sexualiy Transmited Infections

All about sexuaily transmitted deseases, symptoms, effects on baby and treatment

HideShow resource information
View mindmap
  • STD's
    • Chlamydia
      • No Symptoms
      • Pelvic inflamotry disease
    • Gonnorrhoea
      • Symptoms 2-10 days after infection
        • Eptopic pregnancy
          • Antibiotics
            • Bacteria can be passed to baby as an eye infection
      • pelvic inflamotry disease
        • Bacteria can be passed to baby as an eye infection
    • Syphilis
      • 1-12 weeks to develop
        • Can be passed on through the placenta
          • Antibiotics
            • Misscarriage, still birth, foetal abnormalities
      • feels like flu
        • Misscarriage, still birth, foetal abnormalities
    • Trichomoniasis
      • Up to half have no symptoms
        • Can damage fallopian tubes
        • Premature birht, low birth weight
          • Antibiotics
            • Can damage fallopian tubes
    • Genital herpes
      • Like cold sores areun the vagina, penis and anus
        • Still brith, damage to eyes, brain, nerves or skin
          • Feel unlively
          • Not cureable, treated with antiviral drugs
      • Feel unlively
    • Hepatitus B
      • Damages your liver
        • Can be passed to baby who will be a carrier for life
          • Antiviral drug and plenty of rest
    • HIV and AIDs
      • Virus that attcks immune system
        • Can infect baby during birth/ breastfeeding
          • No cure but HIV medican can slow it down
      • Vunerable to serious infections
        • Can infect baby during birth/ breastfeeding
          • No cure but HIV medican can slow it down

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Home Economics: Child Development resources:

See all Home Economics: Child Development resources »See all resources »