Jumping up and down immediately after intercourse will prevent contraception.
Douching with Coca-Cola or 7-up will kill whatever sperm the process doesn’t wash away.
It’s impossible to get pregnant if you have sex during your period.
After intercourse, a hot bath or heating pad on the stomach prevents conception.
As long as neither party takes off their underpants, no babies will result.
Taking 20 Aspirin right after will halt conception from taking place.
Provided you do it standing up or with the girl on top, the sperm will never reach the egg.
As long as he pulls out before he ejaculates, no sperm will be loosed inside the girl.
Sneezing after sex prevents pregnancy .
Oh yes you can. The bottom line: if the girl is ovulating at the time of her first experience with intercourse, and / or her first ovulation is at the same time as her first intercourse, she can be buying diapers and being a MOM.
The average ejaculate contains 300 million sperm and each of them is doing their best to swim towards the uterus…and they are intent on fulfilling their purpose.
The only thing that will happen by using these “chemicals” is a yeast infection.
There are NO safe days.
It takes a large amount of heat to “zap” a small amount of sperm.
If this was true, condoms would be made of cotton. Simply put.. the sperm have a job to do..
There is no “magic bullet” in preventing pregnancy.
Gravity does not have a say.. force is with the sperm.
Some have it…. and some don’t… therefore you could be infected and NOT know it… then infect another.
Can occur within days to months,… and can even show up years after the initial exposure
(1) Bumps or blisters near the mouth or genitals; (2) Burning or pain during urination or a bowel movement; (3) Flu-like symptoms, including fever, chills, and aches, as well as swelling in the groin area.
STDs are preventable If you engage in vaginal, anal, or ORAL sex, you can get a STD. ABSTINENCE is the BEST policy Condoms can prevent STDs IF used consistently and correctly BUT are not 100% protection.
Inactivated (not live) vaccine which protects against 4 major types of HPV—2 types that cause 70% of cervical cancer and 2 types that cause 90% of genital warts.
Long-lasting along with regular pap smears.
Routinely recommended for girls aged between 11-12 years , WHY?
It’s important for the girls to get the vaccine BEFORE their first sexual contact—when they have not been exposed to HPV.
Young girls as young as 9 years may receive the vaccine.
If the young lady has been exposed then will not prevent the disease from that type.
CATCH-UP VACCINATION—ladies between the ages of 13-26 years.
Not recommended for ladies older than 26 years or for males.
1 st dose: NOW
2 nd dose: 2 months after 1 st dose
3 rd dose: 6 months after 1 st dose
Who should not receive it?— anyone who has had a life-threatening allergic reaction to yeast, to any other component of HPV vaccine. Inform your doctor if you have any severe allergies. And those who are pregnant or with moderate or severe illnesses.
The vaccine can cause: pain, redness, or swelling at the injection site, fever (mild or moderate), itching at the injection site.
HSV-1 most often involves body above the waist. It causes cold sores or fever blisters. (50% of first-episode cases of genital herpes are caused by HSV-1-recurrences and subclinical shedding are much less frequent )
HSV-2 occurs most often below the waist, and causes genital herpes.
Either virus will grow on the opposite spot, if carried by oral sex.
Asymptomatic patients without obvious lesions can be highly infectious.
Recurrences happen for many reasons, including being sick, friction from tight clothing or intercourse, emotional stress, and heat.
Get tested whenever you have a regular medical check-up, even IF you think that you are low risk.
Do NOT inject / take illicit drugs (drugs not prescribed by your physician)…HIV can be transmitted through “dirty” needles and syringes. Plus drugs will cloud your mind which may result in riskier sex.
Do NOT have sex when you are taking drugs or drinking alcohol… why? ...being high can make you more likely to take risks.
Transmitted by heterosexual or male homosexual contact.
However, infected secretions from the genitals to the hands and eventually to the eyes can cause trachoma .
Known as the “silent” disease because 75% of infected women and 50% of infected men with Chlamydia are asymptomatic .
If symptoms do occur, usually appear within 1-3 weeks after exposure.
In women , symptoms include increased vaginal discharge, burning during urination, irritation of the area around the vagina, bleeding after sexual intercourse, lower abdominal pain, and abnormal vaginal bleeding.
In men , clear, white, or yellow discharge (drip) from the urethra, burning and pain during urination, and tingling or itching sensations.
Men or women who have receptive anal intercourse may acquire chlamydial infection in the rectum--causing rectal pain, discharge, or bleeding.
Can be also found in the throats of men and women having oral sex with an infected partner.
Bacterium that grows and multiplies easily in the warm, moist areas of the reproductive tract including the cervix, uterus, and fallopian tubes in women; and the urethra in women and men.
Can also grow in the mouth, throat, eyes, and anus.
Through contact with the penis, vagina, mouth, or anus. Ejaculation does NOT have to occur.. Can be spread from mother to baby during delivery.
And a person who had it and been treated.. can be re-infected IF they have sexual contact with a person infected with gonorrhea.
Caused by a bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae Gonorrhea Males usually experience pain while urinating, and they may have a yellow-green discharge from the penis Females may experience a vaginal discharge and/or have pelvic or abdominal pain
Likes to “hang-out” in the vagina (women) and the urethra (men)
Treated with metronidazole (prescription drug), and should be given to both partners at the same time so that they won’t re-infect each other. Can be given to pregnant women.
Trichomoniasis Some men may temporarily have an irritation inside the penis, mild discharge, or slight burning after urination or ejaculation. Women have frothy, yellow-green vaginal discharge with a strong odor, discomfort during intercourse and urination, as well as irritation and itching of the female genital area .
Likes to “hang-out” around the genitals, anus, and in / around the mouth.
Transmitted through direct contact with a syphilis sore, occurring during vaginal, anal, or oral sex
Pregnant women can pass to their fetuses unless treated before the 16 th week of pregnancy.
Children born with syphilis may or may not have symptoms…IF they do have symptoms, it can be severe enough to cause brain damage and death.
Treatment is with Pencillin by injection or a substitute if allergic to penicillin
NO sex until the sores have completely healed.
Primary Syphilis-‘Hard’Chancre The primary ‘chancre’- a hard, highly infectious, painless sore. The lesion appears 2-4 weeks after exposure, sometimes with mild fever and swollen glands… proceeds to…
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