What You Need To Know
First, let’s define sex. Sex is when any part of you touches the sexual part (genital) of someone else. We can teach you a way you can be 100% sure that you will not get pregnant or get an STI. AND…this method works 100% of the time!
If you are sexually active, you’re exposing yourself to the possibility of sexually transmitted diseases/infections. Did you know that if you have had 5 sexual partners and your current partner has had 5 partners, you have a total exposure to 31 partners? Each sexual partner you have greatly increases your risk of STI’s!
Signs & Symptoms
STI’s can seriously increase chances of infertility, ectopic (tubal) pregnancy, and cancer of the cervix. When infected with an STI, a woman has 3-5 times increased risk of acquiring HIV if exposed.
Most forms of anal & oral sex expose you to risk of sexually transmitted diseases.
You don’t need to have intercourse to get an STI!! Some STI’s can be transmitted through skin-to-skin, fluid-to-skin, or oral (mouth)-to-genital contact.
Condoms are not as effective as you may think in protecting against sexually transmitted diseases. The Medical Institute for Sexual Health has found that Human Papilloma Virus, or HPV, is one example of an STI that can be contracted even when using a condom. HPV is acquired by direct intimate skin-to-skin contact. Since condoms don’t cover the surrounding genital area, HPV can be easily transmitted despite the use of a condom.
STI’s are very dangerous to the life of the unborn baby if the mother is infected and the disease goes untreated.
If you have already been sexually active, and you are really scared….there is still hope.
First- you need to be tested for sexually transmitted diseases to make sure you are clean from infection, or get treatment for any infection you may already have.
Then you should consider the only 100% effective way to prevent pregnancy & STI’s! We can teach you a way you can be 100% sure that you will not get pregnant or get an STI. This method works 100% of the time!
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