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Medical Practice
Dr. Danatsko
(044) 232-30-93

(067) 224-73-54

(067) 224-73-47

(050) 590-23-01

(067) 313-23-01

Mo-Su: 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
04050, Kyiv, Hertzen Street 17/25

“Presents” you should avoid

infekcii Men give us flowers, sweets and other nice things. But, unfortunately, there are “surprises”, any woman would like to refuse. These are sexually transmitted diseases (STDs): chlamydia, bacterial vaginosis, candidiasis, trichomoniasis, etc. These diseases are more dangerous to the health of women than men, due to the difference of the structure of the genitals.
Genital infection: the infection process
The male sex organ during unprotected sexual intimacy is in contact with the vagina. On average, it takes between 3 to 15 minutes. However, the sperm with all the microorganisms, is inside of a woman for the few days.
Microorganisms, once inside, begin to intensively explore new space, causing the development of diseases. Once having got a new partner, the infection goes away very reluctantly. If you are worried about your women’s health, you are required to pay close attention to the health of your partner. genskie_bolezni
Black list
The list of STD includes about 20 names. Each of them has its own characteristics. But there are also similarities, which determine that the partner’s place is not in your bed, but in the doctor’s office. Since the man’s penis – is an external organ, you can see the problem without the special equipment. But all other details have be figured out by the professional doctor and the doctor should prescribe the treatment.
Safety regulations
To protect yourself and not get into trouble, follow these rules:
intimnaya_gizn1) To have a contact with only one partner.
2) Avoid sexual relations with a man who has multiple partners.
3) Be honest and candid with respect to each other.
4) Use a condom every time you have sex.
5) Regularly, not less than 1 time in 6-12 months, be inspected by a specialist gynecologist.

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Mo-Su: 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

04050, Kyiv, Hertzen Street 17/25

(044) 232-30-93
(067) 224-73-54
(067) 224-73-47
(050) 590-23-01
(067) 313-23-01

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