STD Full Form

Full Form Of STD

 Full Form Of STD

STD calls
STD Calls
STD diseases
STD Diseases


Full form of STD. There are mainly 2 STD definition . one is we know the STD calls, and other STD is related on diseases. Here we discuss both separately. First discusses the complete form and meaning of STD,ISD,PCO etc. related to the call.

 STD : Subscriber Trunk Dialing

Subscriber Trunk Dialing (STD) is same as subscriber toll dialing. It is a telephone numbering plan feature and telecommunications technology for telephone subscribers to dial trunk calls. STD calls means its Landline calls, you make calls outside your home state. But its include high call rate. Local calls means, you call the number within your circle or state.

ISD means International Subscriber Dialing. ISD is almost similar to STD calls. But here with country code you can make direct calls between countries without the help of an operator.

PCO means Public Call Office. PCO is just a public telephone that can be used by anyone. It helps to call people in your locality. There is no huge charge.

STD In Medical Science

In science, STD stands for sexually transmitted diseases. STDs are the most commonly transmitted diseases, especially not through sexual activity. Its include genital warts, genital herpes, HIV, gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, and other forms of hepatitis. STDs were formerly known as venereal diseases (VD).

Not all STDs are sexually transmitted. They is a chance to transmitted through non-sexual activities. Non-contact forms include infected tissue and blood transfusions, breastfeeding, sharing of syringes, etc. Although hepatitis B, genital herpes, and HIV infections stand out from the list, psychologists in the health care profession have a cure for each STD.

Symptoms of STD

  • Soreness, burning in the genitals, mouth, or rectum
  •  Pain while urinating
  •  Discharge from the penis
  •  Abnormal or foul-smelling discharge
  •  Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  •  Pain during sex
  •  Sore and swollen lymph nodes, especially in the groin, but sometimes more widely
  •  Abdominal pain
  •  Severe fever
  •  A rash on the hands or feet

How To prevent STDs

You can prevent STDs, it’s worth paying attention to: You must void unprotected sex, and avoid multiple sex partners. Consult a professional health care professional for the treatment .

You can reduce STDs from the following methods:

Abstinence : Abstaining from sexual intercourse (including vaginal, oral or anal sex) is the most reliable way to prevent infection.

Get vaccinated:  Ask your doctor if you should get the HPV or hepatitis B vaccination.

Reduce sexual partners : Before have sex with a new partner, try it out together and share your results.

Who should be tested for STDs?

If you are considering or are becoming sexually active, talk to your primary care provider about STD testing and prevention. You should get tested before having sex with a new partner or you may have an STD.

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