Chlamydia is classified as a sexually transmitted disease. It is often thought to be rare, however 1 in 10 sexually active youths catch it in the UK alone. 2012 figures show an alarming 200,000 people have, at one point, tested positive for Chlamydia and possibly more disturbing is the fact that 64% of these were under 25.
Genital Herpes is a virulent, extremely common sexually transmitted disease. The reason for its notoriety is that it is becoming more and more prevalent among all socio economic groups around the world. This would indicate that people have not taken heed of the medical health warnings to use prophylactic measures whilst having sexual intercourse, especially with casual partners of either sex.
Gonorrhea is one of the most prevalent forms of sexually transmitted diseases in the UK. It is second only to Chlamydia and the number of cases seems to be on the increase. In 2012, there were 25,000 reported cases of Gonorrhea in England. The actual numbers are purported to be far higher, as not everyone presenting with the disease is aware that they even have it.
Levitra Orodispersible is a fast-acting variant that quickly dissolves on the tongue, resulting in faster drug absorption by the body. Once the tablet is placed on the tongue, it must be swallowed swiftly since the tablet quickly dissolves upon contact. Take note that Levitra Orodispersible must be ingested without the aid of any liquid and must be ingested instantly after it’s taken out of its sleeve.