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    risks. These risks include contracting a sexually transmitted disease and the possibility of becoming pregnant. Before you have sex, you should always make sure you and your partner are tested. Now, when I say testing, I do not mean academic testing. Many doctor offices provide medical tests to see what sexually transmitted diseases you may or may not carry. Keep in mind that even though you are a virgin, you can still be born with sexually transmitted diseases. Chlamydia, genital herpes,…

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    What is STI? It is Sexual Transmitted Infection. It's been pronounced as a type of disease often passes from one person to other through unprotected sexual contact. There are millions of people as such who are infected by Sexual Transmitted Diseases (STDs) and still unaware of it. For them, there is STI clinic available in the country. Infected patents are initially diagnosed at these clinics by the sex consultants who deal with the diagnosis followed by right treatment. Several symptoms are…

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    Chlamydia Disease

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    Chlamydia is common sexually transmitted disease. It is a genus of pathogenic bacteria. This bacteria is eukaryotic and gram negative. It depends on the host for ATP and energy metabolism, therefore an obligate intracellular organism. Chlamydia has three species, namely, C.pneumoniae, that causes a type of pneumonia, C.psittaci, that causes psittacosis and C.trachomatis that causes various diseases such as trachoma, inclusion conjunctivitis and nongonococcal urethritis. Chlamydial infections are…

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    Prostitution is illegal in the United States and is part of modern society. It is a controversial topic in the United States and the number of prostitutes is steadily increasing every year. Prostitution gives prostitutes a job and money and they are also known as the word “whore” and “hooker.” The legalization of prostitution has become more of a topic the public talks about. Prostitution is advertised on the internet on multiple different sites that the law cannot regulate. The adolescents in…

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    Emotional and psychological harm, pregnancy, and STD infections can all be a result for teens that are sexually active. Abstinence programs teach teens to stay away from sex with the fear of contracting diseases and putting their health at risk. However, there is not a definite method to keep teenagers away from being sexually active, even with furthering their education. Whereas if teens had access to free, confidential contraceptives, they would have the ability to protect their health at an…

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    determine which state you are looking in because they vary so much. The passage stated, “in some states, a parent can prevent their child from being sexually active and receive the pleasure that most teenagers are getting” (Sex Education in Schools.) Some states do not have laws for sexual education but that does not mean rules are not to be followed. Being sexually active outside of marriage can result in an unwanted pregnancy. People must remember that even if the law expresses a law about sex…

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    school students who are not educated in sexual education are more likely to become sexually active because they are not informed of the consequences. If schools provided the proper education for high school students then teen pregnancies, HIV/AIDS, and abortions would decrease. High school students should become educated in school about pertinent topics such as birth control, sex education, sexually transmitted diseases, and planned parenthood. Sexual education should be part of the universal…

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    legalize prostitution? It’s an invitation of sexually transmitted diseases, illegal drugs, and violence all at your door step! Now imagine your family waking up at any hour in the day and seeing an individual leaned over a car and shortly afterwards get in just to return and complete the cycle repetitiously. Or perhaps someone approaching you seeking money for drugs. Wild enough yet? How about your spouse infecting you with a sexually transmitted disease that you know for sure wasn’t a part of…

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    Gonorrhea Essay

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    Gonorrhea is Neisseria gonorrhoeae, affects both sexually active males and females of all ages. The chain of transmission of Neisseria gonorrhoeae is by direct sexual contact via vaginal, anal, oral intercourse, or from a mother to their baby, during childbirth. Contact of infectious exudates from mucous membranes of an infected human creates a passageway from one human to another human and/or partner. Gonorrhea is listed as a sexually transmitted disease (STD) and is prevalent in young…

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    pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, and the use of contraceptive methods can serve as a solution for both. Many people do not use them due to lack of adequate information. When it comes to contraception you can take the initiative - you do not have to wait for anyone else to take the first step. It helps to talk to a doctor about which contraceptive method is most appropriate for you to ensure you 're fully protected against unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections.…

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