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Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are infections passed on to others through unprotected sexual contact (sex without a condom). Every year, 640,000 cases of STIs are diagnosed in England, including chlamydia, for which 70% of women and 50% of men carrying the infection will not show any symptoms.

Although there are treatments for chlamydia and genital herpes, it is important to always use a condom during sex to prevent STIs and unwanted pregnancies.

Aciclovir and Valaciclovir are fast and effective treatments for current and recurring outbreaks of genital herpes

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Canesten clotrimazole cream is used to treat irritation as a result of thrush

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Aldara and Warticon are fast and effective clinically proven treatments for effectively treated and eradicated gential warts

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