Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

STD: Prevention is the Key

Many sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) don’t show obvious symptoms and the real trouble is that most of them are also not curable! If you got worried to read this, don’t be, as still you have a solution to it. Prevention is the key to secure your overall health. Now don’t think to say no to sex, completely!

Without abstaining from sex completely, you can still manage to prevent STD if you follow these prevention strategies:
• Use a condom. Consistent and correct use of the male latex condom reduces the risk of STDs.
• Try delay getting sexually active at early age sex as younger people can get STDs more easily.
• It is good to have a mutually monogamous (sex with only one person) sexual relationship with an uninfected partner.
• Remember, actual penetration is not needed to pass some diseases so keep clean and avoid unprotected oral sex as well.
• Don’t share IV drugs, steroids, tattoo needles as sharing needles can also transmitted diseases.
• Get vaccinated. Vaccination is available to prevent HPV infections that can cause cervical cancer. HPV vaccines are recommended for girls and boys at age 11 to 12 years old. In addition, HPV vaccines are also recommended for teen boys and girls who didn’t get the vaccine when they were younger, teen girls and young women through age 26, as well as teen boys and young men through age 21.

Stay aware to stay well!

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