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The term sexually transmitted diseases has been replaced by some people with the term sexually transmitted infections since, I suppose, some people who get the infections never actually get the disease even though the viruses are in their bodies. There are currently 138 classified STDs with the list growing as all manner of viruses and microbes mutate and evolve. Safe sex The term sexually transmitted diseases has been replaced by some people with the term sexually transmitted infections since, I suppose, some people who get the infections never actually get the disease even though the viruses are in their bodies. There are currently 138 classified STDs with the list growing as all manner of viruses and microbes mutate and evolve. Safe sex is all about knowledge. Although some of the bacteria and viruses from STDs can be passed by casual contact, it's very unlikely. Some STDs are benign, some are deadly. No one who has sexual relations is immune. In some cases, you cannot tell from looking at a person that they have an STD, partially because of the incubation period and partially because the symptoms take place inside the body, not on the outside. Many STDs cause no symptoms for several months and when they develop, they're confused with other general illnesses like the flu or a headache. If you have an STD that goes undiagnosed, the infection may damage your body before you realize you're infected. Most STDs are curable except for Aids. Possible effects of STDs could be blindness, cancer, heart disease, neurological problems and even death. Anyone diagnosed as having an STD should notify all recent sex partners and urge them to get a checkup. Babies can catch an STD from their mother and some STDs such as AIDS are passed through blood transfusions. Simply think bodily fluids; keep your lover's bodily fluids out of your body and your bodily fluids out of hers. Safe sex is either sex by yourself, outercourse sex with a partner without intercourse (massage, mutual masturbation, etc.), intercourse vaginally or anally with a condom. If you feel sick in general, feel sore around the sexual area and/ or see sores, you could have an STD . If you catch an STD, don't ignore it because it won't just go away and could get worse. See a doctor. Some symptoms of STD infection for men are: Itching or burning sensation. Itching or pain while urinating. Discharge from penis. Soreness in genital and anal area. Redness, warts, rash or ulcers in genital area. Swollen neck glands. Some symptoms for women are: Itching or burning sensation. Itching or pain while urinating. Discharge from vagina. Redness, warts, rash or ulcers in genital area. Swollen neck glands. Pain during sex. Pain in stomach uterus. Vaginal bleeding. It's possible that there are no symptoms while the disease is in there eating away at you. Many women with chlamydia don't know they have it yet it blocks the fallopean tubes causing infertility. If your boyfriend's penis has uncommon discharges or he complains about a sore penis, get checked out for an STD . In general, bacterial STDs can be cured, viral STDs can't. There are legal laws regarding the transmission of STD s. Check with your local public health office. The ethical thing to do is to tell any prospective partner you have an STD before sleeping with them. At the very least, you can be sued civilly for passing an STD on. There are laws in some states and countries where an HIV infected person is not allowed to have sex with anyone. There are laws in some places where if you have any STD, you must tell a potential partner before you engage even if it's with a condom so they can decide whether they want to continue. If you don't tell, it could be both a civil and criminal offense.


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The term sexually transmitted diseases has been replaced by some people with the term sexually transmitted infections since, I suppose, some people who get the infections never actually get the disease even though the viruses are in their bodies. There are currently 138 classified STDs with the list growing as all manner of viruses and microbes mutate and evolve. Safe sex The term sexually transmitted diseases has been replaced by some people with the term sexually transmitted infections since, I suppose, some people who get the infections never actually get the disease even though the viruses are in their bodies. There are currently 138 classified STDs with the list growing as all manner of viruses and microbes mutate and evolve. Safe sex is all about knowledge. Although some of the bacteria and viruses from STDs can be passed by casual contact, it's very unlikely. Some STDs are benign, some are deadly. No one who has sexual relations is immune. In some cases, you cannot tell from looking at a person that they have an STD, partially because of the incubation period and partially because the symptoms take place inside the body, not on the outside. Many STDs cause no symptoms for several months and when they develop, they're confused with other general illnesses like the flu or a headache. If you have an STD that goes undiagnosed, the infection may damage your body before you realize you're infected. Most STDs are curable except for Aids. Possible effects of STDs could be blindness, cancer, heart disease, neurological problems and even death. Anyone diagnosed as having an STD should notify all recent sex partners and urge them to get a checkup. Babies can catch an STD from their mother and some STDs such as AIDS are passed through blood transfusions. Simply think bodily fluids; keep your lover's bodily fluids out of your body and your bodily fluids out of hers. Safe sex is either sex by yourself, outercourse sex with a partner without intercourse (massage, mutual masturbation, etc.), intercourse vaginally or anally with a condom. If you feel sick in general, feel sore around the sexual area and/ or see sores, you could have an STD . If you catch an STD, don't ignore it because it won't just go away and could get worse. See a doctor. Some symptoms of STD infection for men are: Itching or burning sensation. Itching or pain while urinating. Discharge from penis. Soreness in genital and anal area. Redness, warts, rash or ulcers in genital area. Swollen neck glands. Some symptoms for women are: Itching or burning sensation. Itching or pain while urinating. Discharge from vagina. Redness, warts, rash or ulcers in genital area. Swollen neck glands. Pain during sex. Pain in stomach uterus. Vaginal bleeding. It's possible that there are no symptoms while the disease is in there eating away at you. Many women with chlamydia don't know they have it yet it blocks the fallopean tubes causing infertility. If your boyfriend's penis has uncommon discharges or he complains about a sore penis, get checked out for an STD . In general, bacterial STDs can be cured, viral STDs can't. There are legal laws regarding the transmission of STD s. Check with your local public health office. The ethical thing to do is to tell any prospective partner you have an STD before sleeping with them. At the very least, you can be sued civilly for passing an STD on. There are laws in some states and countries where an HIV infected person is not allowed to have sex with anyone. There are laws in some places where if you have any STD, you must tell a potential partner before you engage even if it's with a condom so they can decide whether they want to continue. If you don't tell, it could be both a civil and criminal offense.

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