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what does it all mean?
STD: Sexually Transmitted Disease-disease that can be passed from person to person through sexual contact.
650,000 cases annually.
May take as long as 30 days to appear.
70,000 estimated new cases annually.
Can cause long-term complications and/ or death if not treated correctly. Examples, damage heart, brain, eyes, nervous system, bones, & joint.
3 million estimated new cases annually.
Most commonly reported STD in the United States. (CDC), Mostly among sexually active young people.
Herpes Simplex Virus 1-2
1 million new cases annually
90% of those infected DON'T KNOW!
HSV-1 (usually Oral) & HSV-2 (Genital)
No cure, but there are medications (antivirals)that can shorten and prevent outbreaks. Also helps from spreading it to your partner.
In the U.S. 1 out of 6 people between ages 14-49 have herpes.
Screening during pregnancy is Extremely important to avoid fatal infections in newborns
Human papilloma virus
5.5 million estimated number of new cases annually
Most common STI in the U.S. So common, that nearly all sexually active men and women get it at some point in their life.
100 different types, about 60 types cause warts on skin, and the other 40 are sexually transmitted and affect the mucous membrane like in the genitals.
Strain 16, 18 are responsible for 70% of cervical cancer cases.
31, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 58 etc are other high-risk.
Hep B can be transmitted through any sexual contact.
Hep A, through fecal-oral (oral-anal)
Estimated 4.4 million Americans are living with chronic hepatitis
HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus
AIDS stands for acquired immune deficiency syndrome
which is the most complex and thoroughly studies Virus in scientific history?
There are many warning signs. They include:
Sores or bumps on genital, rectum, or mouth.
Itching or irritation on or around the genitals
Burning when you pee
Dripping from the penis
Unusual discharge from the vagina (it looks or smells different from usual)
Pain in the abdomen or pelvis
However, the most common symptom of any STD is no symptom at all. So most people who have an STD don't know they have one until they get tested.
Don't let the bed bugs bite
Non viral are bacterial or bacteria-like organism (living) that when caught early can most likely be cured. Dose not attack cells. Includes:
Gonorrhea, Syphilis, & Chlamydia.
Viral (non living, can't reproduce on it's own) uses a host cell, to house the infection. Can't be cured. Includes:
HIV, Hepatitis A & B, Herpes, some strains of HPV
Viral vs. Non viral
To break that down:
Only people get this particular virus, & ONLY people can pass it on to others
Means that the immune system is deficient-isn't working as well as it should be.
You have to get HIV from someone else
The immune system is not working as well as it should be.
A group of symptoms and illnesses.
what are the FOUR FLUIDS?
SEMEN and PRE-CUM
VAGINAL SECRETION (THE FLUIDS FROM INSIDE THE VAGINA)
These are the only fluids that transmit HIV. Saliva, tears, sweat, pee, snot, and any other fluid you can think of do not transmit HIV.
It's impossible to diagnose and treat an STD yourself. If you have symptoms, you can't determine what the mean without a test.
kissing is considered relatively safe.
However, herpes (HSV-1) and syphilis are most easily passed on when sores are present, can be transmitted mouth to mouth.
Some STDs, such as HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis, can be diagnosed through a blood test.
Others like gonorrhea and chlamydia, require a swab of the urethra or vagina.
GARDASIL is the only HPV vaccine that helps protect 4 types of HPV (6, 11, 16, 18).
i think i might have an std
what should I do?
Until you get checked and treated, you should not have sex!
ask, can't tell
Adolescent health center
Your Doctors office (Primary or OBGYN)
The person testing you cannot tell your results to anyone. However, the it is reported to the Department of Health. Anonymous testing it available.
based on the same HIV test that healthcare professionals have used since 2004
in-home oral swab
test for HIV
doesn't require blood.
It's completely private.
iNFORMATION IS KEY, BUT WHERE IS IT COMING FROM?
Department of Health, floridahealth.gov
Center for Disease Control (CDC), cdc.gov
A medical professional
National STD Hotline: 1-800-227-8922 (24/7)
Most states relay on abstinence only safe sex education
Can be purchased @ a drug store
Exception to the rule
However, condoms are less effective at protecting against STDs that can be transmitted through skin-to-skin contact (Herpes, HPV, or Syphilis).
Condoms will only cover the penis, leaving the surrounding area exposed.
Safer sex means protecting yourself and your partner from STDs.
Sex is never perfectly safe, but with the right precaution, it can be both
Safe and Satisfying.
Girls, there is no rule that says the guy has to be the only one who knows how to put a condom on.
Tube of polyurethane with two flexible rings to facilitate insertion. (its a lot like putting on a tampon!)
It can be inserted in advance so you don't have to fumble with it under pressure.
before you open a packaging of a condom, there are a few things you should do
Check for any damage on the package
Check the expiration date
If you are good to go, your next steps should happen when there is an erection:
Open package with hands and
never with your teeth!
A torn condom isn't worth one moment of coolness.
Remove the condom from the package and check to see which side is up.
Leave some room for the semen to go.
When you are done...
It is important to remove and get rid of the condom the right way:
Holding the base of the condom, pull the penis out of your partner.
keeping away form your partner, carefully remove the condom so no fluid spills out.
after checking for rips or tears, knot and chuck it to then dispose of it.
Square of latex (the same material most condoms are made out of) that you can put over the vulva for oral sex on a girl:
They are not substitutes for condoms!
They make these in flavors, just like condoms.
pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Chronic pelvis pain
Antibiotic prescribed by a health care professional.
Appropriate treatment of partner.
Abnormal pap smear test
increase risk of cervical or penile cancer
untreated, warts in the throat or voice box of baby can develop.
Protects against STDS
DOES NOT PROTECT AGAINST STDS
WHAT IF YOU HAD AN STD:
1. wHEN IS THE RIGHT TIME TO TELL SOMEONE YOU ARE GETTING TO KNOW?
2. WHAT DO YOU THINK IS THE BEST WAY TO PROTECT YOURSELF AND THOSE YOU CARE ABOUT?
19 MILLION NEW CASES OF STDS A YEAR. ALMOST 1/2 ARE 15-24 YRS.
DONT BE LEFT IN THE DARK
10,000 TEENS ARE INFECTED BY STDS PER DAY, THATS 1 EVeRy 8 SEC!
2 OUT OF 3 REPORTED STD CASES IN FLORIDA WERE UNDER THE AGE OF 25.
1 OUT OF 2 SEXUALLY ACTIVE YOUTH WILL CONTRACT AN STI BY AGE 25 AND 1 OUT OF 4, an STD.
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