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Herpes Simplex Virus - HSV Test

What is HSV?

HSV is an abbreviation for Herpes Simplex Virus. It is an infection that causes Herpes in people. In spite of the fact that herpes virus has no specific spot to infect, it is most usually found in genitals and mouth. The Herpes infection is categorized into two types

HSV 1 - This kind of Herpes is transmitted through physical contact, for example, sore spots on the skin, oral discharge, kissing and using infected person's objects, for example, toothbrushes and utensils.

HSV 2 - This sort of Herpes is transmitted just through sex with a person who has genital herpes.

Note: Herpes can likewise spread to someone else even if no sore spots are available.

HSV Test

The most important test for HSV is a physical examination. Typically, Herpes is recognized by the sore spots on the body. On the off chance that the sore spots are noticeable on the skin, at that point the doctor will affirm that the person is infected by the Herpes Virus. Sometimes doctors find it hard to confirm the disease or when the sore spots are not obvious on the skin, the herpes is diagnosed by the HSV Blood test. The HSV blood test will examine the blood of the contaminated person for HSV antibodies that are produced by the immune system to fight against HSV infection.

There is one more test to determine the HSV. That is the Polymerase chain response (PCR) test. PCR test will dissect the DNA in the blood and looks the presence of the HSV infection.

What causes Herpes?

The Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) is considered as the dangerous infection which can without much of a stretch be transmitted from individual to individual by several means. Children frequently contract herpes disease from contaminated mother or adults.

Herpes Symptoms

Same as most of the STD's, Herpes also don't create symptoms in many individuals. Nonetheless, it takes 2 to 12 days for the indications to occur after exposure to the virus. The Genital Herpes symptoms are given below

Pain or Itching - The infected individual may encounter itching and pain in the private parts.

Blisters or Bumps - This may take a couple of weeks to occur after the contamination

Ulcers - Ulcers happens when the blister and bumps burst and ooze out the blood.

Scabs - Scab will happen once the ulcer is healed.

Herpes Symptoms in different locales of the body.

The main indication of the disease is the presence of the sore spots where the infection is procured in the body. These sore spots can without much of a stretch be spread over the body by rubbing, touching or scratching. It can even infect the eyes.

Herpes Symptoms in both men and women

  1. Mouth
  2. Urethra
  3. Buttocks and thigh
  4. Anus

Herpes Symptoms in women

  1. Vaginal region
  2. cervix
  3. Outside private parts

Herpes Symptoms in Men

  1. Penis
  2. Scrotum

What is Chlamydia?

Chlamydia is a Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) caused by bacteria known as Chlamydia trachomatis. Chlamydia is hard to detect in the early stages. In fact, people often don't show symptoms of potential infections. Chlamydia can become chronic in some individuals. Even though it doesn't show any symptoms at first, it can cause a fatal health problem if left untreated or undetected. So it is always advised to consult the doctor, even if you have very little doubt.

Chlamydia test

Chlamydia test online includes the two tests. Urine and swab test.

Urine Test - A urine sample (first urine of the day is preferred) is collected and analysed in the lab to detect the bacteria - Chlamydia Trachomatis.

Swab test - For women, the vaginal discharge is collected in a swab for a culture test or antigen test for Chlamydia Trachomatis. For men, the slim swab is inserted into the penis to get the sample or discharge from the urethra. If chlamydia is acquired in the anus, then the sample is collected in the swab.

The window period for chlamydia treatment is within 1-3 weeks after the sexual intercourse.

Chlamydia Causes

First and foremost cause for chlamydia is having sex without a condom. Oral and anal sex can cause this disease. Sometimes touching each other's genitals might also cause chlamydia. The chlamydia can also be acquired by a newborn baby if the mother is infected. Chlamydia can be transmitted to the person who had an infection earlier and successfully recovered.

Chlamydia Symptoms in Men

Most of the men don't have any symptoms at all. In fact, many men fail to notice that they're having potential symptoms. If the person is infected with the bacteria and symptoms happens to occur, then it might usually appear between 1 to 3 weeks. The following are the common chlamydia symptoms in men

1. Testicle pain
2. Pain in the Abdomen
3. Genital Discharge (Yellow or Green)
4. Burning sensation while urinating

Chlamydia Symptoms in Women

Just like men, women too find it hard to notice the symptoms. Some women may not have any symptoms at all. As always, chlamydia shows symptoms after several weeks of sexual intercourse or any other means. The common chlamydia symptoms in women are as follows

  • Pain during sex
  • Vaginal Discharge
  • Pain or burning sensation during urination
  • Pain in the Abdomen
  • Cervix Inflammation

In some women, the bacteria can infect the fallopian tubes which in turn causes Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID). In this case, the symptoms are

  • Fever
  • Severe pain in Pelvic region
  • Nausea
  • Vaginal Bleeding between menstrual cycle

Common Chlamydia Symptoms in both men and women

If the chlamydia is acquired in the anus, then the symptoms are discharge, bleeding and pain in the anus.

If the chlamydia is acquired by oral sex, then the symptoms are sore throat, fever and cough.

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