Publication Year: 2010
This publication answers the following questions: What is Trichomonas infection? How is trichomoniasis spread? What are the signs and symptoms of infection? How long after infection do symptoms occur? What should I do if I think I have trichomoniasis? How is trichomoniasis diagnosed? I have trichomoniasis and am pregnant; Can I spread infection to my baby? Can a child get trichomoniasis? Is infection treatable? Treatment failed. Is there another recommendation? Is infection preventable? Once I am infected, am I immune?
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