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Malattie del sesso: come evitare tutte quelle trasmissibili

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Sexually Transmitted Diseases In Australia

Sexually transmitted diseases can be one of the most unpleasant subjects to talk about, not only because some of the elements involved in the conversation are particularly off putting, but also because it is an extremely negative category which directly affects some of the most usually positive and desirable categories in human life: those of affection, desire, pleasure and love. For that reason, it is important to always notice that not all subjects connected with it are as terrifying, many of them being quite manageable and not very much more than a nuisance, as well as that overall one of the aspects of the subject is talking about the prevention, something that should not bring any stress or preoccupation and just be a natural, desirable positive habit to have. It is not hard, and definitely not shameful, to prevent sexual diseases, and in many cases some very small measures can go a long way in terms of bringing positive results.

Staying informed

So it is very important that even while considering and getting informed about sexually transmitted diseases, no one feels the need to taint those positive subjects, or to get a bad view of them in any way simply because a degree of awareness and protection is necessary. Unfortunately what can not be offered in terms of protection is one measure to avoid them all. The world of sexual diseases is quite broad, and it requires different solutions to different situations. The only way to absolutely avoid any and all of them is sexual abstinence, which, although is totally normal and alright if it’s done intentionally, there is no need to feel like it is the solution to avoid diseases. The vast majority of people are able to engage carefully and responsibly in sexual activities without ever experiencing any sort of damage to their health.

Managing risk of STD’s

What comes closer to being protective overall are the two procedures of using preservatives in any and all relations, as well as having either trust or proof of health on the side of the partner or partners. In the second case, the number of partners involved can greatly affect the effectiveness of the measure, since even if someone is being tested regularly, there is a chance of them contracting a disease, or even more than one, between the time elapsed since the last exam and the current sexual experience – if that partner is seeing other partners as well. In the case of regular partners closed within the boundaries of a more traditional relationship, as long as there is actual trust, a few occasional exams should be enough to offer high degrees of protection.

How do STD’s spread

When mentioning the necessity of a preservative, it is important to notice that sexual diseases are not limited to intercourse or penetration, and other forms of sexual interaction, sometimes even kissing in the mouth, can spread them. So that is the reason why preservatives are recommended for all sexual interactions done outside a ring of trust and regular exams, and sexual acts which can not be performed with them would have to be avoided.

What to watch out for

Examples of diseases which require genital contact to spread would be gonorrhea or syphilis, while other diseases that can be spread through other contacts would be HIV or herpes. There is no correlation between forms of contagion versus severity of the diseases, so the more instinctive response that avoiding sexual intercourse means being exposed only to less dangerous diseases is not true. In the example, HIV is many times more dangerous and harmful than gonorrhea or syphilis, while herpes in most cases is not a particularly dangerous disease.

What increases risk

However, sexual intercourse, and more specifically anal sex do increase considerably the risk of getting diseases in general, since those expose much more the inner parts of our body, which have less mechanisms of defense than the outside ones. Following that, it is possible to find preservatives which are more specific to the type of sex act and the risk associated with it. Thinner preservatives are helpful for cases in which there is less risk involved, and they do not impair sensitivity nearly as much as thicker preservatives that are totally necessary for cases or acts presenting higher degrees of danger.

Plan ahead

In any case, regardless of particularities, it is important to notice that, outside of complete sexual abstinence, there is no situation which allows a person to be completely care-free, and that it is always desirable and necessary to have a protective measure of some kind, attuned to the lifestyle of each person. Many sexual diseases nowadays are not fatal anymore because of advances in science, but still some of them can be, and even the ones that are not can represent significant decrease in quality of life and health.

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10 thoughts on “Malattie del sesso: come evitare tutte quelle trasmissibili

  • Jude Stevens says:

    I know several people effected by sexually transmitted diseases. Herpes, hepatitis A and B seem to be more common than expected. Many people may have these diseases and not even know, therefore they unknowingly pass them on.

  • Nathaniel Lawson says:

    I once dated a girl, like a couple dates, and we didn’t have sex. She then told me she wanted to but had herpes. I didn’t like her that much so I tried to play it cool and get something without having sex and getting herpes,so i did.

  • Carter McKenzie says:

    I thought I wasn’t at risk of getting an STI but it turns out my partner was cheating on me. He transmitted herpes to me and I am so angry and betrayed.

  • Felix Mussett says:

    It seems that it would be better to not sleep around to stay safe, but sometimes people can’t resist the urge. So it was with Bob who contracted gonorrhea from one of his lovers. Thankfully he was able to clear it up with medication, but now he is much more careful.

  • Harley Hayes says:

    I got a Sexually transmitted infection when I dated a guy who got it from another partner. I got cured in about a month after visiting a doctor and being diagnosed and treated for chlamydia. The treatment was quick and easy I think it was just a shot in my butt. Still haunts me to this day because it is just nasty to think about.

  • Aaron Fowler says:

    I cheated on my fiance with a co-worker without protection. After cheating, I had sex with my fiance the next night. 2 weeks later we both exhibited symptoms of HSV. After a big fight with the co-worker, she claimed she’d never had it nor any other partners come down with it. The next yearly exam, she asked for a blood test and had to INSIST on one because her OB/GYN said “You’ve been exposed. Most people have. Unless you have an outbreak, it’s not a big deal.” She got the antibody test and she tested positive without symptoms. So just because there’s no symptoms, doesn’t mean it’s not there.

  • Justin Shaw says:

    I went out drinking with friends and could not recall the events of that night. Two days later I went to use the bathroom, and it burned to pee. I went to the doctor to have things checked, and apparently, I had caught gonorrhea the night I could not remember.

  • Lucas Roberts says:

    One of my coworkers got Syphilis from her boyfriend it turns out that the boyfriend was cheating on her with a man. She intended on leaving the boyfriend for “another guy” turns out that they were sleeping with the same man.
    I got exposed to Chlamydia when I lost my virginity. I wasn’t sure how to properly have sex. The guy I was with assured that he was clean and I took his word.
    My best friend got Gonorrhea during an assault at a frat party. The guy that “forcefully penetrated” her didn’t bother using a condom.

  • Caleb Williams says:

    When I found out I had a sexually transmitted infection I thought I would never have sex again, but I got the treatment I needed and my sexual life is back to normal.

  • Kai Hughes says:

    One of my gay friend got infected with Syphilis but he could not know from whom since he had many sexual partners.He had to take lots of antibiotics for his treatment.This made taught him to be more careful and always use protection.

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