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Sexual Health Awareness: The Key to Safer Sex

Today's generation is probably sexually more liberated that it has ever been. Gender and sexual orientation boudaries and limitations that existed for past generations, do not for the most part exist in the same way as they did before. The fast-paced culture we live in, where conventions are being broken and boundaries are pushed, it is extremely important to be well-informed about the different elements of sexual health. Understanding how to protect yourself and those who matter to you from sexually transmitted diseases begins with knowledge.


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Sexual health is not just about the absence of the illness or dysfunctions, it is also about awereness of STDs, HIV, pregnancy, abortion, infertility, cancer, and a wide variety of sexual dysfunctions.


Sexually Transmitted Disease


Sexually transmitted disease can quickly be transferred through sexual conytact. The following are some of the most common STDs: Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Bacterial Vaginosis, Crabs or Pubic Lice, Epididymitis, Genital Herpes, Genital Warts, Gut Infections, Hepatitis, Molluscum, Non-Specific Urethritis, Scabies, Syphilis, Thrush, Trichomonas Vaginosis, and Balanitis.


It's difficult to know if you or someone has an STD, it is not obvious to the naked eye, which is why you need to be smart. There are STDs that do not reveal themselves and do not display apparent symptoms. Some of the typical early indications of STDs include skin infections or sores, as well as any uncommon discharge or pain while urinating.


Importance of STD Awareness and Prevention


Early detection of an STD is essential to avoid major infections and to avoid long-lasting or irreversible damage. Unattended STDs may cause infertility and can be handed down from a pregnant mother to her child.


The practice of safe sex can greatly help in lessening the threat from a STD. It is best to consult your expert health care provider for recommendations on getting checked for STD.


Communnication with your partner/spouse is very important however casual or serious the relationship os. It is important to keep a normal and healtly relationship with sex, to not become in anyway paranoid or scared, its about being smart and having mutual respect for your sexual partner. . Preserving mutual respect and making sure both partners are safe needs to always be a main concern.


Thanks to:


Doctormatters.com

Bedsidematters.com

Theworldforum.org




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