LYMPHOGRANULOMATOSE VENERIENNE PDF
La lymphogranulomatose vénérienne est provoquée par Chlamydia trachomatis des sérotypes Li, L2 et L3. La lésion génitale primaire, rarement visible chez la. Title. Alerte! LGV. Lymphogranulomatose venerienne. Translated Title. Caution! LGV. Venereal lymphogranuloma. Poster Text. La LGV peut causer de graves. Lymphogranulomatose venerienne. La LGV peut causer de graves infections anales et des organes genitaux. Sont les plus en danger les hommes baisant sans.
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Lymphogranuloma venereum LGV is an infection caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. A person can have LGV more than once in his or her life.
People infected with LGV do not always show symptoms. A person may be infected without knowing it. Symptoms in the secondary stage appear 2 to 6 weeks after the lesions have gone away. These symptoms may include: If left untreated, LGV can cause serious damage.
Symptoms in the tertiary stage appear 1 to 20 years after transmission of the bacterium in the form of major damage such as deformities to the genital or anal area. LGV is treated with medication.
Meaning of “lymphogranulomatose” in the French dictionary
When an infection is in the primary or secondary stage, treatment heals it completely. However, the damage caused in the tertiary stage can be permanent. People infected must be treated as soon as possible to avoid complications. Medication to treat LGV is free for those infected and for their sexual partners. To receive medication, infected people and their partners must first get a prescription.
They can then obtain medicine at a pharmacy upon presentation of their health insurance card. Treatment requires a certain amount of time to heal the infection. During this period, the person is still contagious.
In order not to spread LGV or catch it again, the infected person and his or her partners must avoid having sex until they are healed. If they cannot wait, the infected person and his or her partners can use a condom. They may also use a sheet of latex to cover the vulva or anus during oral sex. This way, the mouth does not come into direct contact with the genitals.
A sheet of latex can be made by unrolling a condom, cutting off both ends and then cutting it lengthwise.
Lymphogranuloma Venereum (LGV)
An infected mother can pass on LGV to her baby during childbirth. The use of a sheet of latex to cover the vulva or anus during oral sex lowers the risk of spreading LGV. It helps prevent direct contact between the mouth and the genitals. Sex toys should not be shared. People who share sex toys can lower the risk of spreading LGV by covering them with a condom.
They must change condoms after each partner.
The use of a latex glove lowers the risk of spreading LVG during fingering veneerienne fisting of the anus. The glove must be changed after each partner. LGV is usually detected when there are symptoms.
If you have symptoms, consult a health-care professional. The information on this website by no means replaces the lymphkgranulomatose of a health professional. Limit is characters. Description Lymphogranuloma venereum LGV is an infection caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis.
Symptoms People infected with LGV do not always show symptoms. If left untreated, LGV can develop in 3 stages: Primary stage Symptoms in the primary stage lymphohranulomatose 3 to 30 days following transmission of the bacterium.
One or more painless lesions may appear where the bacterium entered the body: They go away without treatment in a few days. However, the bacterium remains in the body and can lead to complications. Secondary stage Lymphogeanulomatose in the secondary stage appear 2 to 6 weeks after the lesions have gone away.
Tertiary stage If left untreated, LGV can cause serious damage. Treatment LGV is treated with medication. Precautions to take during treatment Treatment requires a certain amount of time to heal the infection. Before having sex, the infected person and his or her partners must wait: Until the end lymphogranullmatose the treatment, if it involves taking pills for several days 7 days after treatment, if it involves a single dose Also, they must wait until any symptoms are completely gone.
Inform partners People with LGV should inform their sexual partners immediately. They can avoid getting LGV again from untreated partners.
Their partners can quickly get tested, receive appropriate treatment and avoid complications. Their partners can avoid spreading the infection to other people. Complications If left untreated, LGV can lead to the following complications: Transmission An infected person can spread LGV even if he or she has no symptoms.
Sexual transmission can occur during: Oral sex contact of the mouth with the penis, vulva, vagina or anus Vaginal sex penetration of the vagina with the penis Anal sex penetration of the anus with the penis Genital contact between partners Sharing of venerieenne toys Sexual transmission can occur in the absence of lymphogranulomatise, orgasm or ejaculation.
Sexual protection For the best protection against LGV, use a condom: During all contact between genital organs During the entire course of oral, vaginal or anal sex With each sexual encounter The use of a sheet of latex to cover the vulva or vennerienne during oral sex lowers the risk of spreading LGV.
Testing LGV is usually detected when there are symptoms. Notice The information on this website by no means replaces the advice of a health professional. Did you encounter any problems while navigating?
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