SOC HUMAN SEXUALITY
SOC HUMAN SEXUALITY SOC 152A
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Russel Monahan on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to SOC 152A at University of California Santa Barbara taught by J. Baldwin in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see /class/226868/soc-152a-university-of-california-santa-barbara in Sociology at University of California Santa Barbara.
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Date Created: 10/22/15
INSECTS Pubic Lice aka crabs however these are insects not crustaceans direct contact body contact or thru shared bedding clothing towels etc may also spread to other hairy areas of the skin Men and Women itching at site of irritation any damage done by scratching may be able to see nits pubic lice eggs treated by topical insecticidal lotions or shampoos should not be used by pregnant or nursing women or young children shaving of affected area must wash towels sheets and clothes Scabies scabies mite can be passed by close physical contact sexual and nonsexual easily passed in crowded conditions Men and Women itching rash may be so severe as to disrupt sleep visible reddish tracks spots or pustules due to tunneling by female mites mites are not usually seen mites do not require hairy skin may be found in hairless areas treated by topical insecticidal lotion or cream possibly infested items must be washed and dried always sexual mother to fetus PROTOZOA Trichomoniasis usually passed thru sexual contact Men usu asympto infected persons partner should be treated at the slight discharge from urethra same time whether asymp or not frequent and painful urination partners can pass it back and forth between them Women possibly asympto treated by Oral Flagyl not to be used during foul smellingfrothygreenish vaginal pregnancy discharge abdominal discomfort vaginal itching and redness urge to urinate frequently BACTERIA Syphilis spread by direct contact nearly Men and Women chancre may transmit HIV Primary chancre at site of infection starts as red bump becomes sore or ulcer Secondary painless rash which may affect palms amp soles of feet fever swollen lymphnodes sore throat muscle pain Latent none Tertiary syphilis large ulcers may appear on skin or internal organs organ damage in latent phase person is no longer infectious to partners tertiary syphilis occurs in about 15 of cases treated by injected Penicillin though there is effective antibiotic treatment syphilis has still managed to resist elimination Gonorrhea aka the clap or the drip sexual contact including oral and anal sex Men may be asympto thick discharge of pus from urethra burning during urination epididymitis Women may be asympto yellow or bloody vaginal discharge bleeding during coitus burning during urination may cause PID see PID notes rectal discharge anal itching painful bloody bowel movements in both M and W very common babies can be infected which usually happens in the eyes and during the birth process treated with oral antibiotics Chlam ydia sexual contact can be spread to mouth and throat woman to infant during childbirth M may be asympto thin urethral or anal discharge burning during urination epididymitis prostatitis Women often asympto thin vaginal or anal discharge relatively new now the most common of all reportable infectious diseases can occur in the mouth throat or rectum oral antibiotics
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