Use A Condom!

Prevent yourself from STI

Sexually Transitted Infection (STI)

STI is an infection passed from person to person through sexual intercourse. A person can receive this infection by having sexual intercourse with another person who has STI. There are different types of STIs and many of them do not have a symptom therefore you cannot tell if you have ir or not. Going to a doctor to check for STI in your body is a good idea. STIs are spread during vaginal, anal, oral sex or genital touching This infection can affect males and females.

Use a condom to prevent STIs!

Whether it's a male or female condom, both will prevent the chances of getting STI during any sexual activities. They can be purchased at convenience stores, supermarkets, chemists shops, newsagents or service stations. Condoms are simple to put on and they are both 93% - 95% effective.

How and where to purchase condoms

Any type of condoms can be purchased at a supermarket, chemist store, news agencies or convenience stores. There is no age limit as to buying condoms therefore no ID is need. Be sure the condom is not over due and is the correct size for you.

Condoms are simple to put on! Click the link below for instructions:
How to Put On A Condom - Planned Parenthood

Types of STIs

There are a variety of STIs. The main STIs are: Chlaymydia, Syphillis, Gonorrhea, Herpes and HIV/Aids. STI's can be transmitted from one person to another through sexual contact. They may be caused by viruses.

Bacteria are living organisms and can be treated with antibiotics.
Viruses are an organic structure that interacts with living organisms. Vaccines can prevent the spread and anti viral medications help to show its reproduction but you cannot stop it completely.