by : Savannah Trombley and Billy Allore
Statistics/Facts on Sexual Behaviors
U.S high school students were surveyed in 2015
- 41% has had sexual intercourse
- 43% did not use a condom the last time they had intercourse
- 14% did not use any method to prevent pregnancy
- Only 10% of sexually experienced students have ever been tested for human immunodeficiency virus ( HIV ).
Results/Diseases/ Consequences for this risk
- Sexual Intercourse in teens can lead to many STI's ( Sexual transmitted Infections) or STD's ( Sexual transmitted diseases ). After having sex, go to the doctors to get diagnosed to see if you have any STI's or STD's, if you do walk out of the doctors positive with something, get it treated immediately, and go home and tell your significant other to go get checked as well.
How to prevent/ abstain from those risks
- Always use a condom!!
- Get tested right after sexual intercourse without using a condom, sooner your tested sooner you could treat the disease you have if your positive in having one.
- GIRLS JUST BECAUSE YOU ARE ON BIRTH CONTROL DOESN'T MEAN YOU CAN HAVE SEXUAL INTERCOURSE *** Especially *** WITHOUT A CONDOM!
- Condom's and Birth control are not 100% guaranteed to keep you from getting pregnant