Preventing Pregnancies

Teens Beware!!!

Abstinence from sex,is one way to prevent an unwanted pregnancy. Another way to prevent pregnancy is, risk elimination, which completely prevents the chance of unwanted results. Four questions married couples should consider when deciding whether to become parents or not are,have you had any diseases in your past,are you ready for a child,are you mature enough and,do we have enough money for a child. A woman's ovary's produces an egg every month, and if the egg is fertilized by a males sperm,it then enters the uterus and attaches itself to the placenta,then a fetus starts to form as it grows. The three contraceptive methods used by females are, Barrier contraceptives,Hormonal contraceptives and,sterilization. Sexually Transmitted Diseases are spread by sexual contact and bodily fluids. Seven important facts that a should know about Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV/AIDS are, that they are spread easily, you can get them by any sexual activity, latex condoms prevent some of them, they will be in your system for ever, they will get passed down to your kids, they can create sores around the genital area and,there is no cure, but treatment is available. Four sexually transmitted diseases that are common among sexually active teens are, chlamydia, gonorrhea, hepatitis B or C and, herpes. Five risk factors that can lead to a sexually transmitted disease are, having unprotected sex, having more than one sex partner, forceful intercourse, injecting drugs by needles that have already been used and, having a history of sexually transmitted diseases. The best way for teens to prevent an std or HIV/AIDS is abstinence from sexual activity. Making great decisions can prevent an std because, if you don't have any sexual contact it will decrease your risk. Three things a person should do if he or she has been exposed to a possible sexually transmitted disease or HIV infection are, don't have any sexual contact, get treated for good measure and, ask your partner if they have had any std or HIV infection. Four positive choices an individual can make to protect them and their partner's health from an infection are, if you don't have sex, it will decrease your risk, get treated before sexual intercourse, talk about HIV to your partner to see if they have it and, wear a latex condom to prevent some infectious diseases.



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