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Squeeze Me, Please Me but Don't Disease Me

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on 22 February 2017

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Transcript of Squeeze Me, Please Me but Don't Disease Me

Squeeze Me,
Please Me,
But Don't Disease Me!

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED
DISEASE/INFECTION?
What is a
Why am I at risk for
Sexually Transmitted Infections/Diseases?
Do you know some of the risk factors?
Unprotected Sex
Increases your risks for contracting an infection/disease
Multiple Partners
The more partners you have, the higher chance you have of being exposed to an STI
Alcohol Use
Alcohol lowers your inhibitions and cognition.
Increasing your likelihood of being less responsible and increasing your likelihood of not using protection or thinking before you act.
Illicit Drug Use
Under the influence of drugs makes it easier to make irresponsible decisions. Also, injection
drug use increases risks of blood borne diseases.
Serial Monogamy
Those in serious relationships with 1 partner often feel that it is okay to not use protection during sex. Always protect yourself when you are engaging in sexual activities.
Having an STD puts you at a higher risk for getting more STD's
Living in community
with a high STD prevalence....like college
This increases your likelihood of getting an STD any time you engage in sex with someone.
KNOW your partner!!
Birth control pills or other methods of birth control as your ONLY protection
Birth control protects you from getting pregnant
-- not from STD's!!
80%
Up to
of those infected with an STD
WILL NOT have visible symptoms
GET TESTED!!!
Most Common STD's
Chlamydia - is a bacteria passed through sex
Gonorrhea - is a
Most Common STD's Contracted
SYMPTOMS:
Chlamydia: body aches,swelling, itching or tingly areas, abdominal discharge and pain during urination
Gonorrhea: swollen lymph glands, body aches and pains, abnormal discharge and pain during urination
Syphilis: body aches and pains, fatigue, swollen lymph glands
Herpes: swelling, itching or tingling areas, abnormal discharge and pain during urination, body aches and pain
HIV/AIDS: fatigue, inability to fight infections, swollen lymph glands, diarrhea, blotches on or under skin
HPV: appear as a small bump or group of bumps in the genital area. They can be small or large, raised or flat, or shaped like a cauliflower.
RULES
BE RESPECTFUL
IF YOU KNOW THE CORRECT TERMS, PLEASE USE THEM
Everyone gets a slip of paper with questions on it
Icebreaker!!!!!!!
So, how many of you contracted an STD??
Do you know which STD(s) you have??
Remember, you don't know if someone has an STD just by looking at them.
KNOW YOUR PARTNER
TALK TO YOUR PARTNER:
Get the answers to these questions...
1. What’s your HIV status?
2. Have you ever had an STI? Were you treated?
3. How many partners have you had since you were last tested?
4. If you have genital warts or herpes, are you having outbreaks?
5. Are you being treated?
6. Do you have any problem using a condom or a latex allergy?
7. What kind of birth control are you currently using?
TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR HEALTH!
Icebreaker
Genital Herpes
A viral infection of the genital areas.

Syphilis
An infection caused by bacteria that can spread throughout the body.

Gonorrhea
A bacterial infection of the genitals, anus, or throat.

HIV
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a virus that weakens the immune system and eventually causes AIDS if left untreated.


Chlamydia
A bacterial infection of the genitals, anus, or throat.
Genital Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
A viral infection with over 40 types that can infect the genitals, anus, or throat.
Some types of HPV can cause warts and cancer.
Activity Time!
Now we are going to practice
Condom Hot Spots!
Flager- Metzgar 1st Floor
(570) 422-3553
Koelher
Recreation Center (MRC & Rec B)
Health Center

Veteran Affairs Office
Where Can I Get Tested?
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