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Traditional Sex

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For Excuses
Protection
Be Prepared
3.Being Prepared
Being prepared is a key role in both pregnancy prevention and infections.
3. Hormonal
These methods include
Birth Pills
Contraceptive Injections
Patches
Birth control rings & implants
1. Barrier
Safe Sex

Sex

Health Risks
Consequences of Unprotected Sex
"7 minutes of
missionary
" -Greg
"Sex to
reproduce
" - Sandy
"Traditional sex is your typical sex
portrayed in the media
where a man and a woman have vaginal intercourse" - Eugene
Rational Prevention
There are different types of methods used for prevention in pregnancy and ST'I's.
1. Barrier
2. Hormonal
3. Behavioral
Anal Sex:
There are different types of barriers
Can I get an STI from anal or oral sex?
Oral Sex
Yes
An STI can be transmitted through semen, saliva, and even skin-to-skin contact.
Prevention
Oral sex performed to male genitalia
Fellatio:

Cunnilingus
Oral sex performed on female genitalia
2.Behavioral
Abstinence
Fertility awareness
The temperature
State of mind
Condoms for Male & Female
Use a
condom
during fellatio
Use a
dental dam
during cunnilingus
Change condom
when switching between vaginal and anal sex
Pregnancy
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Types of STIs
Shyphilis
Chlamydia
Gonorrhea
Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
Genital Herpes
HIV/AIDS
Talking to your partner
Practice monogamy
Being prepared
1. Talking to your partner
2.Practice Monogamy
Limiting the number of partners will reduce the risk of any transmitted diseases.
It's up to you to protect yourself !
Talk to your partner about previous partners they had.
Also ask if they have ever been tested for
HIV's and STI's.
Adoption

-Types of adoption

-Factors to consider

-Support groups

Abortion
-Procedure

-Health Risks/Side Effects

-Factors to Consider

Parenting
-Health considerations
-Influencing factors
-support groups
Bacterial
-creams or oral medications
Viral
-oral medications/injections
Parasitic
-antibiotics and creams

of sti transmission during oral & anal sex
Possible answers
Protection
Think ahead prior to having any sexual activities with you're partner.
Diaphragms
Mode of transmission
Oral, vaginal and anal sex (ALL)
Mother to child during childbirth (Syphilis, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea)
Syphilis :
Injection drug use
Broken skin or sores
HIV:
Sharing sex toys, needles or equipment for injecting drugs or steroids
From mother to child during pregnancy, delivery and breast-feeding
Signs and Symptoms of STIs
Syphilis
Primary Syphilis - Painless open sore (chancre) or an ulcer
Secondary Syphilis - Hair loss or rash anywhere on his body
Chlamydia
Gonorrhea
Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
Ano-getinal warts
Genital Herpes
- Itching in their genital area

- Blisters on genital

- Painful sores
HIV/AIDS
Early stage of HIV :

- weaken your immune sytem

- Acute illness (The worst flu ever)


AIDS:

o Fatigue
o Diarrhea
o Nausea
o Vomiting


Where to get tested and methods of testing
Where to get tested?
- Physician
- Clinic
- Hospital
- Specialized sites that offer anonymous testing for HIV
Methods of testing
- A blood sample
- A urine sample
- A swab of the inside of the mouth
- A swab from the genitals
- A swab of any discharge or sores

But.. There's more!
Percentage of Canadian Grade 9 and 11 Students Reporting Oral Sex At Least Once In 1994-2002
Grade 9
Grade 11
Boyce, et al. (2006). Sexual health of Canadian youth: Findings from the
Canadian Youth, Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Study.
The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 15
(2), 59-68. Retrieved from http://www.sexualityandu.ca/sexual-health/statistics1/statistics-on-oral-sex-experience-among-canadian-teenagers
Grade 11
Grade 9
Percentage of Canadian Grade 9 and 11 Students Reporting Oral Sex/Intercourse.
Boyce, et al. (2006). Sexual health of Canadian youth:
Findings from the Canadian Youth, Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Study.
The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 15
(2), 59-68. Retrieved from http://www.sexualityandu.ca/sexual-health/statistics1/statistics-on-oral-sex-experience-among-canadian-teenagers
Types and Treatment
o Fever
o Chills
o Night sweats
o Wasting syndrome (at late stages)
What is the percentage of failure when using a condom?
A) 4%

B) 7%

C)3%
D)2%
As a nurse, how should you approach an adolescent who is getting an abortion?
What are two methods of testing for an STI?
How old is the age in Canada to have an abortion without any restriction?
A) 14
B)18
C)16
D)12
What are 3 action preventions?
Condoms tend to be 98% reliable
(Alford)

-personal health practices & coping skills
-income and status
-social support groups
-culture
-health services
-education and employment
-social and physical environmental
-gender


(Women's Health)
Relational Practice
&
Choice of Sexual Partners
Brought you by:
Nicolae
Brenda
Sheel
Pamella

Social Determinants of Health
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Government of Canada, Citizenship and Immigration Canada, Communications Branch. Retrieved November 9, 2013, fromhttp://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/adoption/differences.asp
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2012). The Nurse Practitioner. STI and Screening and Treatment in Pregnancy, 37(12), 30-37. doi: 10.1097/01.NPR.0000422203.95229.ee
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November 14, 2013, from http://www.sexualityandu.ca/stis-stds/types-of-stis-stds/bacterial-stis-std
- Lead to chronic disorders , infertility or even death.

- More than a million people each year get STIs

- Second most common infections in Canada

- Asymptomatic = No symptoms
STIs - Sexually Transmitted Infections
Choice of Sexual partners
- A burning sensation when urinating (Gonorrhea)

- A vaginal discharge or a discharge from the penis

- Pain and/or swelling in the testicles (Gonorrhea)

- Pain during sex

- Vaginal bleeding after intercourse
- Yellowish white discharge from the penis

- A vaginal discharge that is yellow or bloody

Potter, P.A., & Perry, A.G. (2014).
Canadian fundamentals of nursing
(5th ed.) (J. C. Ross-Kerr & M. J. Wood, Canadian Editors.). Toronto, ON: Elsevier Mosby.
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Sexually transmitted infections in Canada: A sticky situation.
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HIV and AIDS
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Health Canada. (2006, December 7)
Gonorrhea
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Health Canada. (2006, December 6)
Chlamydia
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