Chlamydia, gonorrhea, and other non-viral STDs can be cured. However, there are four sexually transmitted diseases that have no cure - HIV, HPV, hepatitis B and herpes. These viruses remain in the body for many years and their treatment varies. All incurable STDs have different effects and can cause significant harm to infected people.
It is important to note that even though these STDs are incurable, they don't always cause problems. When they do, treatments are available to help control symptoms or outbreaks. It is also important to get tested for STDs regularly so you can be sure of your status. The main reason why STD transmissions are still so frequent is that many of them show no visible symptoms.
That's why it's so important to be aware of the risks and symptoms associated with STDs. The use of dating apps, casual sex, and the transmission of STDs has seen an increase in recent years. According to the World Health Organization, globally, people between the ages of 15 and 49 get more than 1 million STIs and STDs infections per day. If you've contracted a sexually transmitted disease, you'll need to take antibiotics and antiviral medications, all of which have their own potential side effects, not to mention the shame and stigma you may experience when infected.
If you received an unexpected transmission of a sexually transmitted disease from a sexual partner who didn't tell you they were at risk of infection, you may be able to file an STD lawsuit against you because of your pain and suffering.