std alert app

Notify Sexually Transmited Disease/ Infection
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Have you been detected any STD?

Notify it your former sexual partners by using our mobile app.

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Information about STD and STI

Sexually Transmited Diseases and/or Infections

  • Information about notifications
    The notification by SMS/email is not carry out immediately, some shipmemts can be deleted. One person will not receive another notification if he/she has already received it over the last thirty days. The notification by SMS is designed in order to respect the confidentiality required so that the message will not appear on her/his phone's standby screen.

    The notifications by SMS will be carried out from Monday to Friday at 7am (UTC+0 / in Canary Islands) for Europe and 2:pm (UTC+0 / in Canary Islands) for the rest of the world. The content of the SMS that the receiver will receive is similar to:

    IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION: Hello, this message is merely informative: a last sexual partner has been detected a STD/STI. + info: alertaets.com
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    With your first uploading in iOS and Android, you will obtain two free notifications. If you register with your email, you will obtain 3 extra free notifications. If you need more notifications, you can add 10 notifications more for 0,99€, 20 notifications for 1,50€ or 30 notifications for 1,99€.
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The Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Infections, also calles Venereal Diseases, are transmitted from one person to another through sexual contacto. The causes of STD/STI are bacteria, viruses, parasites and/or fungi. The most commons are:

  • Syphilis

    If syphilis goes untrated for long time, it may result in serious damage to the heart, brain, blindness and other internal organs and cause death. Syphilis enhances the risk of getting HIV significantly.

    Symptoms: Difficult to identify because so many of the signs and symptoms are indistinguishable from those of other diseases such as flu, or may show no any symptoms. Stage 1: (one or two weeks) Appear one or more painless reddish-brown sores. If it goes untrated for long time, it may result in serious damage to the heart, brain, blindness and other internal organs and cause death. It enhances the risk of getting HIV significantly.

    How is it spread?: Syphilis is spread through contact with pre-ejaculate, semen, vaginal fluid and blood and passed from person to person through oral sex or penetration without proper precautions.

    Treatment: Syphilis is easy to cure in its early stages. Usually a single injection of penicillin – an antibiotic – will cure a person who has had syphilis. It is detected by STD testing and if it is positive, you must notify your sex partners. This application is a free and anonymous option so that that person will receive an anonymous email or SMS and he/she can also be tested. Search on iOS or Android: STDalert.

  • Gonorrhea / Blennorrhagia

    Symptoms: discharge from penis, vagina or rectum, burning or itching during urination, yellowish white discharge from penis, yellowish vaginal discharge and irritation, anus discharge, abdominal or genital swelling (these symptoms appear within 1 or 14 days after intercourse). Possibly, it can frequently be asymptomatic (no symptoms).

    How is it spread?: sonorrheais spread through contact with penis, vagina, mouth or anus without precautions so that it infects female urethra, cervix, rectum, anus and/or throat.

    Treatment: several antibiotics can cure gonorrhea, but if left untreated, it can lead to infertility. It is detected by oral, vaginal, anal and urethral oozing. If the test is positive, you must notify your sex partners. This application is a free and anonymous option so that that person will receive an anonymous email or SMS and he/she can also be tested. Search on iOS or Android: STDalert.

  • Genital herpes

    It is similar to the herpes that appears in the mouth.

    Symptom: sometimes they appear long after the infection (even years). Causes painful ulcers, tingling, itching, burning or blistering around the vagina and penis.

    How is it spread?: sexually without a condom or contact with the area. It can be moved to the mouth by oral sex. The virus remains throughout life so ulcers can reappear.

    Treatment: specific antibiotics, pills and creams combat and control the virus, but there is no cure. It is diagnosed with cultures and exploration tests. In case of positive, notify the person, this app is a free and anonymous alternative. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. Search on iOS or Android: STDalert.

  • HIV

    The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) it infects the cells of the immune system and destroys them, reducing the body's ability to protect itself.

    Symptoms: does not usually have nor are they immediate.

    How is it spread?: unprotected sexual practices (admission of blood, semen and/or vaginal fluids), from mother to child or by sharing syringes and cutting personal material.

    Treatment: there is no cure, medication control the disease until it is undetectable and unable to transmit it. If you start to develop infections or cancer, you are considered to have Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). It is detected by blood or saliva tests. In case of positive, notify the person, this app is a free and anonymous alternative. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. Search on iOS or Android: STDalert.

  • Crab lice

    The pubic lice or crab lice are annoying and small parasites that are stuck in the skin to feed on blood. They live in body hair, especially in pubic hair. The lice are yellow-gray and use their tweezers to cling to the strands of hair.

    Symptoms: itching and inflammation of the skin. Sometimes you can see lice and eggs, and also blood spots since bugs feed on the blood vessels of the skin.

    How is it spread?: easily in contact with the infected person during sex, but can also be spent sharing clothes, towels or bedding.

    Treatment: you must use special shampoos and wash the towels and bedding. Avoid having sex until you complete the treatment. It is diagnosed with an exploration of the area. In case of positive, notify the person, this app is a free and anonymous alternative. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. Search on iOS or Android: STDalert.

  • Papilloma (HPV) / Condylomas

    Genital warts / condylomas are extremely common and contagious.

    Symptoms: warts located on the genitals or anus and discomfort in the genital area. It may not have symptoms. Without medical attention, the warts grow and take a shape similar to a cauliflower.

    How is it spread?: oral, genital or anal and even skin-to-skin contact with the infected.

    Treatment: creams or warts are removed. There is a vaccine that avoids the most dangerous subtypes. Diagnosis through cytological examination and visual exploration. In case of positive, notify the person, this app is a free and anonymous alternative. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. Search on iOS or Android: STDalert.

  • Chlamydia / Candidiasis

    It is caused by a fungus called Candida albicans that lives on the skin, mouth and genital areas. It is generally kept under control, but sometimes it grows and produces this disease. The use of tight clothing or underwear of synthetic materials that do not favor ventilation, diseases that affect the immune system or the use of products that irritate the vagina, such as soaps or shampoos increase the risk of Candidiasis.

    Symptoms: Many times there are no symptoms, they can cause burning, inflammation and secretions.

    How is it spread?: the fungus can be spread through of vaginal, anal or oral sex, by the fingers or by sharing sex toys.

    Treatment: creams and/or antibiotics If left untreated, the body usually combats them naturally. It is diagnosed with oral, vaginal, anal and urethral exudate. In case of positive, notify the person, this app is a free and anonymous alternative. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. Search on iOS or Android: STDalert.

  • Hepatitis A, B and/or C

    Symptoms: may not have symptoms, sometimes malaise, loss of appetite, nausea, abdominal and joint pain, diarrhea, bright stools, darker urine and jaundice (yellowing of the skin). Hepatitis C can also cause intense fatigue and depression.

    How is it spread?: Hepatitis A for oral contact with areas contaminated with feces. Hepatitis B for contact with blood, semen, vaginal fluids, saliva or from mother to child. And Hepatitis C sexual practices without a condom or that involve contact with blood (fisting).

    Treatment: the Hepatitis A and B there is no treatment, the body eliminates it by itself, they have a vaccine. Hepatitis C has treatment that lasts from 6 to 12 months. Four out of five people develop a chronic infection, which can cause cirrhosis and liver cancer. It is diagnosed with blood tests. In case of positive, notify the person, this app is a free and anonymous alternative. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. Search on iOS or Android: STDalert.

  • Trichomoniasis (or Tric)

    Caused by the Protozoan Trichomonas Vaginalis, it is a very common STD.

    Symptoms: in women it can have no symptoms, white discharge or bad smell, itching or burning in the vagina, pain when urinating and / or having sex and abdominal discomfort (from 3 to 21 days later). In men, there is fluid in the urethra, pain or burning when urinating or inflammation of the glans or foreskin.

    How is it spread?: for vaginal sex and/or sharing sex toys. In women, it infects the cells of the vagina and urethra and in men those of the urethra.

    Treatment: antibiotics. It is diagnosed with blood tests. In case of positive, notify the person, this app is a free and anonymous alternative. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. Search on iOS or Android: STDalert.

  • Scabies

    It is an infection of the skin caused by a tiny parasite that nests on the skin and deposits eggs. They survive 72 hours away from the skin. They can be in clothes, bed and towels.

    Symptoms: itching and irritation. Some people do not perceive symptoms and may be absent even up to six weeks after contracting the parasite.

    How is it spread?: easily through close physical contact or sexual. They are lodged in the genital area, hands, fingers, wrists and elbows, armpits, abdomen, chest, around the nipples in women, feet, ankles and buttocks.

    Treatment: apply a lotion/cream. All nearby people should be treated as well and clothes, sheets and towels should be washed with hot water. In case of positive, notify the person, this app is a free and anonymous alternative. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. The person will receive an anonymous sms or email to perform an analysis. Search on iOS or Android: STDalert.

Source: Sexually transmitted diseases [Medline Plus - Jul 3, 2017].

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