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Safe sex - Infection dangers
Infection Dangers

What are the infection dangers of sexual contact
Safe sex - male strategies
Male Strategies

What the male can do to prevent sexual disease
Safe sex - Female strategies
Female Strategies

What the female can do to prevent sexual disease

anal discomfort
- The anus is the lowest part of the digestive tract, the opening from which stool is passed out of the body. Anal discomfort includes pain, itching, or burning.
condom - female
- A female condom is a method of birth control.
condom - male
- A male condom is a flexible sheath placed over the penis during intercourse to prevent pregnancy. Using a condom can reduce the risk to both partners against sexually transmitted diseases.
blood in the semen
- Blood in the semen is uncommon. Seeing it can make people quite anxious, but it is rarely serious.
- The diaphragm is a barrier method of contraception. It is a round rubber dome that fits inside a woman's vagina. It covers the cervix to prevent pregnancy. The cervix is the lower portion of the uterus that attaches to the vagina.
- Rape is the physical act of attacking another person and forcing that person to have sex. It can be homosexual (sex between two people of the same gender), or heterosexual (sex between a male and female). It is often violent, although sometimes the threat is only implied. Rape can also occur without the victim knowing about it, if he or she is unconscious, in a coma, intoxicated or high on drugs.
genital irritation in females
- Genital irritation in females is any condition that causes discomfort in the female genitalia. The hymen or outer lips of the vagina and labia, the clitoris, and the vulva are parts of the external female genitalia. The internal female genitalia include the vagina, uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries.
gonorrhea in females
gonorrhea in men
human papillomavirus infection in females
over-the-counter birth control
safer sex
teenage pregnancy
tubal ligation
- Syphilis(sif-ah-lis) is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by Treponema (trep-ah-nee-mah) pallidum (pal-lid-um).
- Trichomoniasis is a genital infection caused by the protozoa, Trichomonas vaginalis.
urethral stricture
- A urethral stricture is a scar in or around the urethra, which is the tube that drains urine from the bladder. A stricture can block the flow of urine.
puberty and adolescence
- Adolescence is the period of growth that bridges childhood and adulthood. This period includes puberty, or the development of sexual maturity. The physical changes of puberty result in both males and females being able to create babies. Adolescence begins when a child is 10 to 12 years old. It ends between the ages of 18 and 21.
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