Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
The easiest way of preventing yourself from getting these sexually transmitted diseases is by avoiding sex with an infected person. An infected person has the following sign; genital sores, rash, fluid discharge among other signs. Even your partner can induce the viruses to you, and therefore you are only assured of having unprotected sex with him or her after getting tested. There exist limited treatment methods for the STIs and therefore, the common ones mostly used are the preventive measures that curtail and protect you from attracting the disease-causing viruses. Therefore the article herein highlights some of the ways you can prevent yourself from getting these sexually transmitted infections.
The use of condoms made of latex is currently in great use because it protects you form contacting the fluids of the partner that might be having the disease-causing viruses. However, these condoms do not guarantee security or safety form getting pregnant or these STI and therefore there is a need to get quite careful. However, when the condoms are used in the right way, they are very safe since the latex does not allow the sexual fluid fluids produced to mix, since they are the ones that carry the infection.
When the mother is having a carrier STI infection, then there are chances that even the infant might suffer, not from the STI but the impacts. Situations noted by Dr. Stanley Angus regarding the issues of the mother and the newborn losing lives from STDs are very hurting and troubling. If possible, the expert can do all he or she can to save one of them of it is impossible to save both. Another method of to avoid attracting the sexually transmitted infections is by using your washing and bathing materials without sharing them with anyone.
Another possible method of preventing yourself from getting these diseases is by washing your body and especially the genitals before and after the sexual intercourse. When the genitals are well-cleaned, then they are free from germs and therefore the diseases if there be cannot be transmitted to the partner during the intercourse. Therefore you should decide that every time you have sexual intercourse you have cleaned the genitals thoroughly to ensure that no germs are on them.
There are specific vaccines issued to boost the immune system of the body and avoid attracting the STDs. You can plan in a productive manner even after getting tested for HIV and feasible results obtained.
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