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Here are some pictures that may help you with some questions you may have! Be sure to come to health services so we can verify the issue and help you on your way to health!  Remember this is for informational purposes only and does not replace medical advice.

Note: At the bottom are a few of the diseases that can be transmitted sexually


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Is it a Disease?

Syphilis Herpes HPV
Primary: Painless Sore (chancre); Secondary: Rash; Tertiary: Conditions that affect eyes, lungs, heart, brain, etc. Painful sores and itchy areas in the genital or other areas. Small growths in genital and sometimes other areas. Itchy discomfort.
Image of Syphilis Image of Herpes Image of HPV
To diagnose need blood, fluid from sores, CSF fluid To diagnose need blood test or viral culture To diagnose need HPV blood test or culture
Antibiotics Anti-viral medication Prescription ointment, topical treatments, or HPV vaccine

Is it a rash?

Measles Allergic Reaction Ring Worm Pityriasis Rosea
Fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes, sore throat, rash over the body Rash, itchy eyes, runny nose, trouble breathing, nausea, diarrhea Pink to red borders, expands peripherally with a clear center A hearald patch on trunk with generalized patches may be on the trunk, arms, or legs.
Image of Measles Image of Allergic Reaction Image of Ringworm Image of Pityriasis Rosea
Non-infectious Infectious (topical) Non-infectious Non-infectious
Viral Allergy to a protein substance Fungus Inflammatory skin disease, unknown cause
Bug Bites?

Bite or MRSA

Mosquito Bite Spider Bite MRSA
Itchy at site, may have some local swelling Pain at site, nausea, muscle pain Looks like a large pimple, erupts quickly, painful
Mosquito Bite Image Spider Bite Image MRSA Image
Use topical anti-sting cream See your doctor for antibiotics See your doctor for antibiotics and lancing
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Eye Problems?

Conjunctivitis - Viral Conjunctivitis - Bacterial Allergy
1 or both eyes involved Usually 1 eye is involved Both eyes are involved
Watery discharge Yellow (pus) discharge Watery discharge
Treat symptoms. Cold compresses to eyes. Requires an antibiotic (eye ointment) Oral antihistamines and artificial tears

over the counter items

ibuprofen tablets

antacid tablets

chlorphen tablets

condoms

non-aspirin tablets

diotame tablets

cold-relief tablets

mediproxen tablets

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