Treatments for women with sexually transmitted diseases include antibiotics, antiviral medications and antiretroviral medicines, and treatment depends on the specific STD, according to WebMD. A course of antibiotics can often cure bacterial STDs, while viral STDs are incurable.
Different bacterial strains cause bacterial STDs, such as syphilis, chlamydia and gonorrhea, states WebMD. Antibiotics can treat these STDs in their early stages. Sexual partners also require treatment to eradicate the infection completely.
Viral STDs, such as HIV and genital herpes, are not curable, according to WebMD. Both of these STDs remain in a woman's body for the rest of her life. Antiretroviral drugs manage HIV symptoms, while antiviral medications, such as Zovirax, Famvir and Valtrex, can decrease the length and severity of herpes outbreaks. A doctor can also prescribe medication to suppress herpes outbreaks.