STD Full Form

There are two full meanings of STD, one is Subscriber Trunk Dialing and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

  • Subscriber Trunk Dialing : It is also known as Subscriber Toll Dialing and used to allow the user to dial long - distance trunk calls. If you are outside of a particular boundary, then you can call wherever you want without operator assistance. This term is used in India, UK, Republic, Australia, South East Asia, and Ireland.

  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases : This STD stands for Sexually Transmitted Diseases that happens due to physical relations. It is also called STD or Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Sexually Transmitted Infections. The most dangerous thing about STD is that often some of the diseases don’t show any symptoms. And that is why it is always ideal to avoid having sexual relations without protection.


What are the first signs of the STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases)?

Even though some STDs don't show any symptoms, some usual signs indicate having STDs.

  • Feeling burning sensation during urination.

  • Sharp pain in lower abdominal pain.

  • In the case of a woman, vaginal discharge.

  • Discharge from the penis when it happens to men.

  • Also, pain in testicles in men.

  • Bleeding even without period time-frame in women.

  • Feeling pain while having sexual relations in women.

  • Constant itchiness in private parts.


How can STDs happen?

Even though Sexually Transmitted Diseases only happens if you have sex without any protection. But there are some other reasons why STD full form may occur. There are 30 different bacteria, parasites, and viruses that cause STDs. For example, Chlamydia, Syphilis, and Gonorrhea happen due to bacterial Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

Some STDs can also happen to you without non-sexual contacts. Such as breastfeeding, contaminated tissues, and blood, and pregnancy can also occur in these kinds of infections in our bodies.


How many types of STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) are there?

  • Gonorrhea

  • Chlamydia

  • Syphilis

  • Trichomoniasis

  • HIV

  • Genital Herpes

  • Human Papillomavirus or HPV

  • Hepatitis

If you are feeling any discomfort or irregular feeling in your private life, it is best to go to a doctor first. The more you would wait, the worst STD abbreviation would get. Remember, not to look online for the causes of the symptoms you are having as there are plenty of unauthorized websites which give wrong information.


If you are going through with a bacterial STD, then it can be cured with antibiotics z but only if the treatment begins at the early stage. In the case of Viral Sexually Transmitted Diseases, you cannot fully cure it but manage the symptoms with proper medication. There is also a vaccination obtainable to prevent some STDs, but if you already have it, it will be of no use.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Q1: What is the First Sign of STDs?

The first sigh of STD is constant itching. If you are always feeling itchiness in your private parts, then you should get alert and contact a specialist. Postponing the same will only make the symptoms worse. For example, you will also begin to feel pain during urination and an acute sense of uncomfortableness.

Q2: How does a Female Detect if she has STDs?

When a woman contacts an STD, it is marked by numerous common symptoms. They experience a variety of indications like - vaginal discharge, pain while urinating, having rashes in a private area, burning sensation in the vagina, etc.

Q3: Are STDs Deadly?

It depends on what kind of STD you may have contracted. Some curable diseases can get dangerous if not treated on time. Certain diseases like  Gonorrhoea and Chlamydia if contracted and remain untreated can make it difficult for you to get pregnant. The worst thing is, if you continue to ignore an STD, you may also catch HIV, which is a deadly life-threatening disease.