Should Clinics Guide Our Life With STD Than Just Confirm I'm STD Positive?

Posted by alexwang8093 on Nov 15, 2018

Should Clinics Guide Our Life With STD Than Just Confirm I'm STD Positive?

Should Clinics Guide Our Life With STD Than Just Confirm I'm STD Positive?

Clinics should provide guidelines for STD newly diagnosed people, especially how to find love again. For patients, it is also important to avoid blaming others, talk honestly to health workers and get in touch with your health department. Concerning how to overcome depression with STD, you should keep Practice breathing, be positive, learn about the disease, looking for support and face your emotions. STD Dating guidelines will help patients learn about ways of preventing getting reinfection or infecting other people for example through using condoms.

Usually, most of STD results come back after testing from the lab after seven to ten days. The results normally have two outcomes; they could be negative or positive. When your results come out negative, it means you did not get infected. However, every STD has a ‘Window period’, a period between the moment a person gets in contact with the infection and the time the STD will manifest itself in a test. Taking a test too soon will result in a negative diagnosis. Sometimes tests come out positive indicating that you have been infected with an STD, and thus you need to start treatment immediately. When individual tests positive, you will be asked questions regarding your sexual partners so they can come and get tested so that they can also begin treatment. Although this procedure is really useful, clinics should offer more guidelines regarding their disease.

What do we need other than the diagnosis?

After a diagnosis, patients are usually shocked especially the people who learn that they have gotten a disease like HIV/AIDs that cannot be cured but needs constant treatment. So it is important that clinics provide guidelines for the patient in order to live a healthy life both physically and mentally.  

Guidelines on how we get to use to live with STD

Although it is really hard to deal with the news that you have tested positive for an STD, it is crucial that you find a way of coping with the situation as well as having beside you a strong support system such as family members along with friends. The feelings of anger will occur as you will be feeling betrayed by your sexual partner or the thought that you might have infected others will bring you down. The worst part is that STDs can result in chronic ailments and death, unfortunately. Apart from the emotional torture, there is the possibility of having trust issues amongst partners, dreams of having children can be shattered, and the joy of participating in sexual pleasures. So how can you cope with such a situation?

1. Avoid blaming others

It is wrong to jump into conclusion and assume that it is indeed your current partner is the one who has infected you. It could be that one or both your previous partners that infected you.

2. Talk honestly to health workers

Health workers have trained to deal with such situations, to be honest with them without worrying that they might judge you, their function is to help you in preventing further spread of the STD with confidentiality of course.  

3. Get in touch with your health department

Despite the fact that they cannot afford to offer all-inclusive services, they still have programs that give confidential testing, treatment along with partner service


How to overcome depression with STD

1. Practice breathing

Mindful breathing can aid our bodies in calming down on a physiological level by engaging the parasympathetic nervous system. You are required to take a moment to concentrate on your breathing by sitting upright while placing your highs on your thighs, relaxing your shoulders as well as pushing your chest out. Then take deep breaths that will definitely help you relax.

2. Be positive

It is difficult to maintain a positive attitude after discovering you have been diagnosed with an STD, but it is important that you do. Being positive will help you cope with your situation and be willing to get better.

3. Learn about the disease

It is essential that educate yourself about the disease you are suffering from, you may have an easily curable one are a complicated one, either way, you will be more prepared after knowing what the disease entails and how it can get cured.

4. Looking for support

When you discover other people that are in the same situation as you are in, you will feel comforted when knowing another person knows exactly what you are going through. You can find these friends online or just around.

  • Face your emotions

You should not give yourself a hard time, avoid being angry and negative about stuff and appreciate the little things.


How to find love and start dating again with STD

Getting diagnosed with a disease is not easy; it is even harder when you are looking for love. So in order to get into a stable relationship, you need to be frank about your condition, tell them the type of STD you have and how you got infected. This way, when the person decides to date you, it will be because they have made an informed decision and they will know the risk they are putting themselves into, honesty goes a long way.

 Why we need STD dating guideline from clinics?

· Guidelines from clinics require you to inform your previous and current sexual partners about your condition so that they can take tests and know if they have been infected or not, this is important as it will save the partners from suffering that will be avoided by early treatment

· STD Dating guidelines will help patients learn about ways of preventing getting reinfection or infecting other people for example through using condoms.

· They are easy to accept since they come from trusted sources since they carry out research before approving something and people are more inclined to believe them.

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