Sexually transmitted diseases


Sexually transmitted or  venereal diseases are diseases which are transmitted from person to person by sexual intercourse.  There are more than 30 sexually transmitted bacteria, viruses and parasites. The most common sexually transmitted diseases are gonorrhea, chlamidia, trichomonas, chancroid, genital herpes, HIV, and hepatitis B.  Some of them like HIV and syphilis can be transmitted from mother to child during pregnancy and childbirth as well as via blood and transplantation of tissue.

Currently, our services include examination, diagnostics and treatment of sexually transmitted (venereal) diseases:

  • condylomata and molluscum contagiosum (genital warts)
  • infections of skin and mucosa of sexual organs (candida, enterococci, escherichia, …)
  • infections of urethra (chlamidia, mycoplasma, ureaplasma, gonorrhea, …)
  • genital herpes