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Adloscent Education for School Children & Lay people

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    • ADOLOSCENT EDUCATION FOR SCHOOL TEENS DR. AVINASH BHONDWE PRESIDENT, INDIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    • IMPORTANCE OF SEX EDUCATION
      • Many parents and caretakers feel shy about broaching the topic of sex with their children.
      • Some prefer to stay silent and assume their children will pick up what they need to know from school and the media.
      • Others believe that telling children about sex will encourage sexual experimentation. In fact, a teenager needs to be informed if they are to act responsibly and safely
    • Secondary Sexual Characters
      • MALE
      • Mustaches &
      • Beard
      • Broad Chest
      • Pubic Hair
      • Hoarse Voice
    • Secondary Sexual Characters
      • FEMALE
      • Breast Development
      • Tender Skin
      • Thin Voice
      • Pubic Hair
      • Menstruation
    • HUMAN MALE ANATOMY
    • HUMAN MALE ANATOMY
      • What do you call it? : Penis = the male organ for sexual intercourse and urination.
    • HUMAN FEMALE ANATOMY
    • HUMAN FEMALE ANATOMY
      • Vagina =
      • The passage leading to the uterus in females .
    • What do you consider as sex?
      • Intercourse
      • vaginal
      • anal
      • Oral
      • Foreplay
    • What can happen if you have sex?
      • Pregnancy
      • Emotional issues
      • STDs:
      • Chlamydia
      • Gonorrhea
      • Genital Warts (HPV)
      • Herpes
      • HIV
    • Sexually transmitted diseases (STD)
      • Venereal diseases:
      • Infections transmitted mainly through sexual interactions.
    • Common STDs…
      • Gonorrhea
      • Chlamydia
      • HIV/AIDS
      • Herpes Syphilis
      • Genital Warts (Human Papilloma Virus)
    • Some general symptoms of STD’s
      • None at all
      • Painful urination
      • Abdominal Pains
      • Rash
      • Warts
      • Genital/Oral/Anal Ulcers
      • Foul smelling discharge
    • Can you tell if someone has an STD just by looking at them?
      • NO!!! although STD’s may produce physical symptoms, a person can be infected but look and feel completely normal.
    • Genital Warts:
    • Syphilis
    • Genital Herpes
    • Gonorrhea:
    • Chlamydia infection
    • CONSEQUENCES
      • Although some STD’s can be treated…
      • Delayed treatment can result in: life threatening infection, chronic abdominal pain Infertility and massive scarring
      • Others have no cure and result in: Life long painful ulcers life long, disfiguring warts DEATH!
    • Can an STD cause Cancer?
      • Yes, certain strains of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) cause Cervical Cancer in women. Once infected with HPV, lesions may occur for the REST OF YOUR LIFE!
    •  
    • What does someone with HIV/AIDS look like?
      • They can look like anyone else …
      • in the beginning
    • What does someone with HIV/AIDS look like?
      • But This is the end Point…
    • HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)
      • HIV is the virus that causes AIDS.
      • Half the people with HIV develop AIDS within 10 years after getting HIV.
      • There is no cure for HIV or AIDS.
      • Blood Semen; including 'pre-cum‘, Vaginal fluid, Breast milk & Other body fluids containing blood
    • How is HIV transmitted?
      • Sexual intercourse: Anal /vaginal/ oral
      • Contaminated needles
      • Sharing needles
      • Tattoos/body piercing
      • Infected women to babies before or during birth or through breastfeeding.
    • You CANNOT get HIV from
      • Casual contact:
      • shaking hands
      • hugging
      • casual kiss
      • toilet seats
      • drinking fountains
      • doorknobs
      • dishes
      • foods
      • pets
      • mosquitoes or other insects
    • TREATMENT
      • What if I get infected?
      • Infection can take between 25 days to 6 months before it is detectable.
      • Early detection and treatment is important.
      • There is no cure, but treatment to help slow HIV down is available.
    • HIV testing
      • It’s a blood test
      • Ideal time to take the test 1 - 3 months after possible infection
      • The test can’t tell you when you were infected
      • It can’t tell you if you’ll develop AIDS.
      • Test Results are given on the same day
      • The test is free, in Govt. centers
    • If you decide to have sex, you must use barrier contraception every time
    • Miscellaneous facts… :
      • Tattoos and prior blood transfusions are risk factors for hepatitis and HIV/AIDS. Anal sex increases the risk of getting STD’s due to increased trauma to the area
    • CONTRACEPTION
      • So… If you decide to have sex, you must use barrier contraception every time
      • Prevents unwanted pregnancy BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY: Protects us from STD’s and HIV IF USED PROPERLY
    • CONTRACEPTION
      • Did you know that people in India who had sex used condoms only 50-60% of the time??? REMEMBER… abstinence is the ONLY 100% method… but if you do have sex, protect yourself NO MATTER WHAT!!!
    • CONTRACEPTION
      • Types of Contraceptives
      • Barrier protection
      • male and female condoms
      • diaphragm contraceptive
      • sponge
      • cervical cap
      • Non-barrier protection birth control pills
      • spermicidal
    • CONTRACEPTION
    • CONTRACEPTION
      • Barrier-Protection Something that physically prevents sperm from entering the cervix. Male latex condoms are the best method for STD/HIV protection of all the different barrier contraceptives.
      • Non-Barrier Protection Only protects you from getting pregnant DOES NOT PROTECT AGAINST STD/HIV!!
    •  
    • What is Abstinence?
      • Abstinence is the decision to not have ANY sexual intercourse
      • Abstinence is the only 100% effective method in preventing HIV, STD’s, and pregnancy
      • Abstinence till marriage is the key to avoid all the problems
    • Remember
      • ABSTINENCE IS THE ONLY METHOD OF CONTRACEPTION THAT IS A 100% EFFECTIVE IN KEEPING YOURSELF FREE OF STD’S !!!!!!!
      • MASTURBATION is considered a healthy alternative to sexual intercourse! : And by the way… MASTURBATION is considered a healthy alternative to sexual intercourse!
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    • OPPOSITE SEX
      • Your Reaction
      • Respect
      • Friendship
      • Security & Protection
      • Equality
      • New World
    • Social Obligations
      • Culture- Respect Opposite Sex
      • Social- No body is great
      • Psychological- No Barrier
      • Economy
      • National Issues-
              • HIV
              • Female Foeticide
    • FRIENDS
    • IMPORTANT LINKS
      • www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/s ex _ education/
      • www.gii.in/ sex _ education /
      • www.indiaparenting.com/ sexeducation /
      • www. sex - education .org/
      • www.bigeye.com/ sexeducation /
    • THANK YOU