Describe key signs and symptoms that were consistent with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) versus a non-STI related infection. If you diagnosed the patient with an STI, describe your experience in telling the patient that she had an STI, as well as the patient’s reaction to the diagnosis. Explain how the diagnosis might impact the patient’s life short-term and long-term. Include an explanation of the patient’s medical history, drug therapy and treatments, and follow-up care. If you did not have an opportunity to evaluate a patient with this background during the last four weeks, you may select a related case study from a reputable source or reflect on previous clinical experiences.PT :: 20 year old with complaints of yellow green frothy discharge. Pelvic exam conducted with discharge slide taken as well as Gonorrhea and Chlamydia cultures. Under microscope revealed no trichomanias, or yeast. BV was detected under microscope. Cultures were sent and upon lab results came back positive for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia.Medical history – none, explain drug therapy and treatment for Gonorrhea/Chlamydia, reporting to the CDC.Include education for patient.PAGE 2 Week 5Reflect on a patient who presented with endometriosis during your Practicum Experience. Describe the patient’s personal and medical history, drug therapy and treatments, and follow-up care. Then, explain how treatment modalities differ for endometriosis, ovarian cysts, and amenorrhea, as well as the implications of these differences when diagnosing and treating patients. If you did not have an opportunity to evaluate a patient with this background during the last five weeks, you may select a related case study from a reputable source or reflect on previous clinical experiences.PT: 37-year-old patient with endometriosis has incredibly painful menstrual cycles. Cycles have been irregular since she can remember, menses began at 13. Currently has an IUD for birth control. Explain meaning, symptoms and treatments for endometriosis and follow up care. Then compare to treatments for amenorrhea and ovarian cysts.