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Christina I'm really nervous about going to this party tonight.
Why Sarah? is it because of John?
•yes. He wants to have sex and I'm not sure I'm ready for that. But there are consequences like an unplanned pregnancy and STI's. And can really affect my family and my friends may not respect me if that does happen.
Those are good points. Some STI's you can get through intercourse are chlamydia, herpes, syphilis.
Chlamydia affects the cervix and urethra and can sometimes cause other STI's. It can spread through unprotected anal, vaginal, and oral sex with the infected partner. It causes pain and burning and can be treated with antibiotics. Herpes can occurs with unprotected anal or vaginal sex and causes sickness warts and pain. But there is no known cure for herpes. And lastly syphilis can occur with direct contact with bacteria. It causes sores and rashes and can be treated with inject-able penicillin.
Yes. But there are ways to prevent this from happening. A female condom is an external ring that fits outside the vagina and the closed part goes in the vagina and the ring keeps it in place. It prevents STI's and pregnancy. It is said to be more comfortable but women can have trouble putting it in an it is more expensive.
Oh my gosh! Really?
Also a male condom which is worn over the penis and prevents contact between the vagina and penis. It is inexpensive and prevents STI's. But it may slip or break. Also a sponge traps and kills sperm and prevents it from entering the cervix. although this method has a high failure rate and women have trouble inserting it correctly. And this does not prevent STI's.
Also your family, religion, beliefs and the way you feel has impacts on your decisions about being sexually active. if you believe in no sex before marriage or your just not ready.
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