Welcome to the STD Resource Network
Welcome to The STD Resource Network’s
ABC’s of STD’s
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Being protected during sex is a very instrumental part of staying healthy and keeping your life on track. Lets just face it, just about everyone loves sex. But doing it right does not just include skill and experience, it also includes common sense.
Having a safe sex resource provides you with information on preventing STD’s and unwanted pregnancies. If you are informed, you are more likely to make the right decisions in your sex life. Protection is key to staying healthy and happy!
There are many different ways to protect yourself in all situations. Whether you are having oral sex, anal sex or vaginal intercourse, there are many different products available that provide a barrier between you and potentially harmful viruses and infections.
Safe sex comes in different levels. If you are in a monogamous, trusting relationship, you may just want to protect yourself against unplanned pregnancy. There are other options, such as spermicides and contraceptives that can be used instead of condoms.
For sexually active individuals that are not completely monogamous, condoms are the safest and most convenient protection. Condoms provide the most comprehensive form of safe sex. They help prevent against both pregnancy and STD’s.
Being informed about safe sex is your best way to protect yourself and your partner. If you know how to properly protect yourself you are more likely to stay clean. The Internet is a great tool for use to research questions on safe sex. Be sure to use it to its full potential.
A Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD), also called venereal disease, sexually transmitted infection or STI is a term for infections acquired primarily through sexual contact. In most cases, the usual area of contact is the genitals, but other sexual practices such as oral and anal sex can also lead to cases of infection with an STD.
STD’s afflict an estimated 200 to 400 million people worldwide, including about 70 million in the United States, and the incidence of infection is rising. According to The Centers for Disease Control, more than 30 individual STDs have been identified. Each STD is unique, but they share similar symptoms.
Most STDs can be cured through timely diagnosis and proper medical treatment. STDs are most common among sexually active teenagers and young adults, especially individuals who have multiple sex partners but can affect anyone of any age. No one is immune to the risk!
Information obtained from a STD Resource Network should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care or attention by a qualified practitioner, nor should it be inferred as such. Always check with your doctor if you have any questions or concerns about a specific condition or symptoms.