You might know it as "the clap." As the son of a doctor, I know it as a bacterial infection in the urethra caused by an intracellular human pathogen known as Chlamydia trachomatis. Lucky for you, the causes and cures are as simple as they get. Don't have unprotected sex with strangers and go to the doctor to get your five-day series of antibiotics. Easier said than done, perhaps.
Also known as pubic lice, crabs are the bane of human existence in a world where having sex with strangers (dirty, dirty strangers) is becoming a more common occurrence. Condoms can't help you here. You're on your own: in a shower with a bottle of RID, scrubbing your matted pubic hair furiously. Or: you're reading this article and learning how to get rid of pubic lice without all of the drama.
This is a tricky one. You see, there's no known cure for genital warts. Let me rephrase that: there's no known cure that right-wing extremists aren't opposed to. Chances are, however, that if you're reading this, you're too old to have been vaccinated anyway. Regardless, we'll go over the causes, the symptoms, and some basic wart treatment strategies that you can do at home, here.