The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 2, 1991 · Page 23
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 23

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Wednesday, October 2, 1991
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Wednesday, October 2, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER FeaturesC-5 Antibiotics can cure most STDs i m ISiU LAI mwwm charge from the urethra in men; burning urination, vaginal discharge and lower abdominal pain in women. Treatment: Antibiotics. Genital warts. A viral infection. Symptoms: Warty growths on the genitals, cervical warts detected by Pap smear. Treatment: Doctors can remove the warts with medicine, surgically or by freezing them. Medicines do not cure the virus, known as Human Papilloma Virus. Herpes. A viral infection. Symptoms: Pain or itching of the genitals, penis, water blisters or open sores. Treatment: No medicines will cure viruses, but topical medicines can help keep sores clean and dry. Yeast infection. An infection caused by yeast, parasite or fungus. Symptoms: Unusual discharge from the vagina, itching, irritation, pain during intercourse, pain in lower abdomen, vaginal bleeding. Treatment: Antibiotics or other medicines, depending on the type of germ that causes the infection. : Urethritis. Inflamed urethra, sometimes caused by a bacterial infection. Symptoms: Frequent urination, stinging or burning sensation when urinating (men and women), lower abdominal pain, occasional vaginal discharge. Treatment: BY SUE MacDONALD The Cincinnati Enquirer Because sexually transmitted diseases pass easily from one partner to another, both or all sexual partners should be notified, evaluated and, if similarly infected, treated. Common STDs, their symptoms and treatment are: . Gonorrhea. A bacterial infection. Symptoms: Thick, puslike discharge from the urethra and frequentburning and painful urination in men; vaginal discharge or swelling in women, but symptoms may not appear for several months. Infection can occur in the reproductive organs, anus and throat. Treatment: Antibiotics. Syphilis. A bacterial infection that occurs in stages. First-stage symptoms: Painless sores on the genitals, rectum, tongue or lips, and enlarged lymph nodes in the groin. Secondary symptoms: Skin rash (especially on palms of hands, soles of feet), mouth sores, fever, headache, sore joints. Third-stage symptoms: Whole-body infections that can lead to organ damage, paralysis, even death. Treatment: Antibiotics. Chlamydia. A bacterial infection. Symptoms: Often, there are no symptoms. When they do appear, they include painful urination and a dis COSMSETIC he National Institute of Health states that dental implants should be presented as an alternative to patients having problems with dentures or partials. Dr. Jack Hahn has 22 years experience treating patients using dental implants and is a pioneer and leader in the field. If you are experiencing problems with dentures or partials and want the ability to chew better, have an improved appearance and smile with more self confidence, call for a consultation appointment at 281-2333. Cain the quality of life you deserve. DENTAL CENTER otdncmmmti 910 Barry Lane Cincinnati, Ohio 45229 281-2333 dinuyor 6 Hihn DtnUI Asiocbttt, Inc. f O Q0 0 Kin n tttsQ n O m f 0 0 Wffifism KM) ib MMm t m M O MUffl-MI m BE SOLID) L ' I MEOTOIY m f a ikA m Mw and Customers, After FemaeMnkCoatrT Mahogany Mjnk '" from 99J Stanley Rich i . U Mink Coat U Fu" Length jnk c my final season. Hopetoseeyou! .,-r: QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED! FINANCING AVAII AM P m v. . . , Cincinnati's Only Master Furrier in ROSELAWN since 1949. rj4 QUALIFIED BUYERS. aia-- . m . jr,rm its. 1 Stored- 1 r VT UM SWkuVl ' sata i yvzz IMidi f I fill I I if 1 1 (a s&&n I i W? l$k KSk -1 "ft

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