TRUE, SEX CAN BE GREAT, BUT WATCH OUT FOR WHAT GOES ON BEHIND CLOSED DOORS, IT MAY COST YOU YOUR LIFE.
Most youths, are likely unaware of what goes on behind closed doors, reason why they are the most affected with sexually transmitted infections and diseases (STIs/STDs).
Statistics reveal most at risk of contracting an STD or STI are people from ages 16 to 26. Young people tend to be more promiscuous and by having more partners increase the risk in contracting an STD or virus. There has also been a steady STD increase in college students because of drug and alcohol use.
Depending on the disease, the infection can be spread through any type of sexual activity involving the sex organs, the anus, or the mouth. An infection can also be spread through contact with blood during sexual activity.
STDs are infrequently transmitted by any other type of contact (blood, body fluids or tissue removed from an STD infected person and placed in contact with an uninfected person).People that share unsterilized needles markedly increase the chance to pass many diseases, including STD’s (especially hepatitis B), to others.
Some, Herpes, HPV (Genital Warts), AIDS and HIV have no cure; and others, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Chlamydia, Scabies (which are Body lice) and Genital Crabs or Pubic Lice, Trichomoniasis, Hepatitis, have deadly consequences on the individual.
How would you know what went on behind closed doors was horrific?
¨ Is your urine dark and or smell bad?
¨ Is your genital area secreting puss or discharge?
¨ Do you experience a Burning sensation when urinating?
¨ Do you have a strange rash or itching sensation?
¨ Do you have any legions, bumps, or warts in the genital or anus area?
¨ Have you noticed an unusual odor?
¨ Have you noticed a strange blister or open sore?
¨ Do you have pain during intercourse that wasn’t there previously?
¨ Do you have abdominal pain?
¨ Have you noticed any unusual or unexplained swelling?
¨ Have you seen small eggs or nits in your pubic hair or armpits?
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