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SEXUAL HEALTH

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Denerica Curry

on 18 December 2014

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Transcript of SEXUAL HEALTH

SEXUAL HEALTH
Relationships
Responsibilities
Sexually Transmitted Infections (Diseases)
How common are STIs?
Protecting Yourself
1 in 5 people with HIV do not know they have it
1 in 4 people will contract an STI in their lifetime
50% of people who are
sexually active under 25
will contract an STI
What are the most common STIs?
Virus
Parasitic Infections
Bacteria
Rx
How are STIs contracted?
How can you contract an STI?
A. Vaginal sex
B. Anal sex
C. Oral sex
D. Skin to skin contact
E. A, B, and C only
F. All of the above
Most common symptom for an STI is no symptom at at all.
80% of people with an STI do not know it
Low Risk
Medium
Risk

High Risk

Kissing
Dry Humping
Oral sex with protection
Using Sex Toys (not shared)
Oral sex with women
Oral sex with men
Sex with condom
Rubbing genitals without clothing
Anal Sex
Unprotected Sex
Rimming/Oral-Anal Sex
Sharing needles

Rights
1. Be treated with respect
2. Say no without needing justification
3. Choose how your body is treated
4. Leave the relationship
5. Not fear your partner
6. Express your thoughts and opinions
1. Respect your partner and yourself
2. Take care of your health
3. Communicate with your partner
4. Know your limits
5. Get tested
6. Know good resources
Myth or Fact
You can only get an STI from sexual intercourse
The number one STI is HPV (warts)
MYTH
FACT
People always have at least one symptom when they have an STI
MYTH
All STIs are curable
MYTH
You can have multiple STIs at one time
FACT
Prevention
Columbus Public Health Department
Dental dams
Lube
Condoms
Gloves
Female Condoms
Getting Tested

Communication

Using condoms
correctly

Washing hands after contact
Products
Action
Sexual Health Clinic
2nd floor
240 Parsons Ave
Columbus, OH 43215

Offers testing and treatment for
HIV
Gonorrhea
Hepatitis
HPV
Parasitic STI's
Chlamydia
Herpes
Syphillis
HPV
Herpes
Hepatitis
HIV/AIDS
Public Lice
Scabies
Trichomoniasis
Gonorrhea
Syphilis
Chlamydia
THANK YOU!
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