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Transcript of S.H.A.R.E 2014-2015
Sexual Health and Reproductive Education
Sexual Health is....
Mental, physical, and social well being in regard to our sexuality
Positive and respectful approach to our sexual selves and our sexual relationships with others
Sexual relationships are consensual, free from coercion, pressure, and violence
Before We Begin...
WHAT IS SEX?
WHAT IS ABSTINENCE?
what is sex?
How does infection pass from
3 Main Categories of STIs
treatable and curable
treatable and curable
Pubic Lice (S)
(F)- fluid transmission
(S)- Skin-to-skin transmission
How to put on a Condom
1) Get consent!
2) Check package and expiration date
3) Carefully remove from package
4) Check for the RIGHT SIDE
5) Pinch the tip (and keep it pinched!) and roll down to base
6) NO AIR INSIDE!
8) While removing the penis from your partner. hold condom at base- try to keep contents inside
9) Dispose in trashcan, NOT toilet!
How to use an insertive Condom
1) GET CONSENT
2) Check package & expiration date
3) Open carefully
4) Pinch inner ring
7) To remove... twist and pull keeping contents inside
8) Dispose in TRASH!
Birth Control Questions/Consultations
Painful Sex or Dryness during Sex
Finding the RIGHT Condom
Sexual Anxiety/Performance Anxiety
Sexual Assault/Unwanted Sex
How do I talk to my partner about...?
Understanding my Sexuality
Am I Ready for Sex?
Could I be pregnant?
Body Image Concerns
Is THIS normal?
sexually transmitted infections
any sexual contact in which an infection could be passed
abstaining from ALL sexual contact
For the purpose of this presentation:
19 million new STI cases
Prince George's County has the 2nd highest rate of STIs in the whole state
*KNOW YOUR BODY*
Sores, bumps, blisters, swelling or growths
Burning sensation while urinating
Discharge or itching from penis/vagina/anus
Pelvic or abdominal pain
Flu or cold-like symptoms
Make sure you
KNOW YOUR BODY!
Know what is normal for you and what isn't!
If you have ANY symptoms make an appointment!
STI testing options
If the services are billed to your insurance, an explanation of benefits
(EOB) will be sent to the policy holder
by the insurance company.
The EOB will contain the
date of visit and list the services provided
. Any bursar bill will simply say Health Center.
Plan B & Ella
available at UHC
LGBT Equity Center
PRIDE Alliance Groups
HELP Center 314-HELP
Sexual Health Unit
Women's Health Unit
Mental Health Services
CARE to Stop Violence
*every 6 months or in between partners
If you have symptoms or think that you may have been exposed to an STI....
.....call or go online to make an appointment so that a provider can best assess your situation and provide appropriate treatment if needed!