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News about STD’s


Sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s) are very common these days. Many people are aware that STD’s are a possibility when engaging in sexual activity and choose to take the risk of getting infected but rarely stop to think about the impact it has on other people, such as the life that may develop within the woman. Some STD’s are transmitted to the child at birth or while breastfeeding, which means not only is the mother at risk, but so is the child.


The term sexually transmitted infection (STI) is now being used interchangeably with sexually transmitted disease. This term is broad and sometimes misleading, as it may indicate to the client that it is always curable or not as serious, which is not true. Many STD’s are very serious and sometimes permanent/incurable.


There are many other illnesses that can be passed on though sexual activities which are not even considered STD’s that many people do not consider to be sexually transmitted because they are transmitted primarily by other means, but it does not mean that they are any less harmful. Sexual activity can pass everything from the common cold and flu to more serious illnesses such as meningitis or pneumonia.




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