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genital

1. of or relating to the sexual organs or to reproduction
2. Psychoanal relating to the mature stage of psychosexual development in which an affectionate relationship with one's sex partner is established
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VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMENFemale genital mutilation has been classified by the United Nations as violence against women and girls.
This was the first-ever randomized trial to evaluate the effect of a biologic agent specifically on genital psoriasis.
She has no history of genital lesions or symptoms consistent with genital herpes and is worried that her husband has been unfaithful.
It is estimated that up to 65% of people who have sex with a person who has genital warts will become infected and transmit the disease to others.
According to WHO, more than 200 million girls and women worldwide are living with female genital mutilation, which has no health benefits and can cause severe bleeding, urination problems, infections and death.
4] The number of viral STDs, particularly genital warts have been rising consistently, probably due to increasing usage of antibiotics for treatment of bacterial STDs.
One Ethiopian woman who used to perform female genital mutilation said she will never, ever think of subjecting another girl to the harm and suffering it causes.
Following a genital primary infection, HSV-2 lies dormant in the sacral nerve root ganglia, which innervate both the genitals and sacrum.
Female genital mutilation affects all ages and classes of women.
The government has previously said the Female Genital Mutilation Act 2003 does not contain any exemptions for cosmetic surgery and it has no plans to amend the legislation specifically to prohibit female genital cosmetic surgery.
So the need of the hour is to have a highly specific anti-TB test to accurately diagnose genital TB at the earliest and link the person to standard anti-TB treatment as per the Revised National TB Control Programme (RNTCP).