Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases

There are many more infections and infestations that can be acquired as the consequence of sexual intercourse. These include hepatitis B and C, Candida vulvovaginitis, scabies, and pediculosis pubis. These infections are discussed elsewhere in the text.


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