Browsing Category: Living With

  • Hazards with Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    From our very first sex education class, most of us are taught about the risks and risks of sexual activity, chief among them unplanned pregnancy and the contraction of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), or more commonly taught today as sexually transmitted diseases (STIs). It’s understandable. After all, STIs are common because people still do not …

    October 8, 2018
  • STDs Aren't Always a Indication of Infidelity

    It’s always trying to discover you have a sexually transmitted disease (STD). However, finding out that you’ve got an STD when you are married or in a long term, committed relationship could be particularly devastating. You not only need to deal with the identification, but you also have to face the reality your wife, husband, …

    September 25, 2018
  • How STDs Can Play a Role in Abusive Relationships

    Not all relationships are great ones. An STD diagnosis isn’t necessarily a reason to prevent a connection with someone. On the other hand, how a partner handles that diagnosis may give you a great idea of his or her character. It can also help you discover if your connection is a great one. You will …

    July 13, 2018
  • How STDs Could Become Eye Diseases

    What do the eyes and the genitals have in common? A surprising volume! The eyes and many pieces of the genitals are mucosal surfaces. These surfaces are also known as mucous membranes located in Several of areas including the: Eyes inside of the nose inside of the mouth lips urethra anus vagina lining of the …

    May 30, 2018
  • Is It Possible to Get a Time to an STD?

    Many people wonder if using a sexually transmitted disease (STD) once suggests they can’t get it again. They do not understand whether STDs are diseases such as the chicken pox┬áthat you get after and then are done together, or diseases like the frequent cold that you get over and over again. The answer, to some …

    May 8, 2018
  • Getting Children When HIV Positive

    In recent years, virtually all HIV infections occurring in U.S. kids have been the result of mother to child transmission,” otherwise known as perinatal transmission. On the other hand, the outbreak is slowly coming under control. In 2005, just approximately 141 children were born with HIV, which can be significantly less than one-tenth the amount …

    April 8, 2018
  • Should I Tell My Day?

    Dating with oral herpes is a tough topic for lots of men and women. It is difficult to tell a new sexual partner you have been diagnosed with an STD. You debate as to what you need to disclose and what you could safely avoid talking about. But oral herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) …

    April 6, 2018
  • Dealing With Severe Depression Following a Herpes Diagnosis

    I just got a herpes diagnosis and feel like my life is over. What should I do? More and more lately, I have been hearing from young men and women experiencing such severe depression following a herpes diagnosis they are speaking about killing themselves. If you are thinking about suicide following a herpes diagnosis, then …

    February 26, 2018
  • What Can I Know If My Partner Has HPV?

    It can be quite scary to learn that you are dating someone with HPV. You may hear their diagnosis and worry about the chance they might have┬ácancer. You might be concerned about being infected with HPV or cancer could affect you. However, it’s important to remember that HPV is extremely common. Most people with the …

    February 20, 2018