Can bacterial infections be cause stds?

Yes . Sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and chlamydia can be caused by bacteria. Others like hiv, hpv and herpes can be caused by a virus. Trichomoniasis is caused by a parasite.
Yes. Stds or sexually transmitted diseases refer to a large number of different disease that are transmitted by sexual intercourse. Some stds are caused by bacteria (gonorrhea) and others are caused by viruses (herpes, hiv). See your doctor to help determine if you have an std and what type of std you have.

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Cana bacterial infection turn into a std?

Many are. Many of the dozen or more diseases that can be transmitted through sexual contact are bacterial diseases. Read more...

What makes secondary bacterial infection in the male gentiles from STD and what is secondary bacterial infection in the genatil of an std?

Question unclear. You may develop secondary uti, prostatitis, or other secondary infection if you have some obstruction of the urethra from either gonorrhea or ngu. You may have opportunistic infections secondary to hiv/aids, but would need more info on the type of std you are referring to in order to answer you appropriately. Read more...

Is it normal to be prescribed azithromycin for a bacterial infection that is not an std?

Yes, very often. Azithromycin is one of the most commonly prescribed antibiotics, especially for skin or respiratory infections like bronchitis or sinusitis. It is also used for chlamydia and gonorrhea, but most prescriptions are for other infections. Single dose treatment is the rule for STDs, but multiple dose prescriptions are usually for non STD problems. (If you're checking up on someone, better to just ask!) Read more...

Which type of treatment can I use to clean a bacterial infection or STDs?

Antibiotics. ...If you are lucky, the stds you are referring to are susceptible to antibacterial treatment. Hepatitis / herpes / HIV are viral and never fully resolve. See dr / gyn / std clinic for examination, diagnosis and treatment. Read more...