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Use a condom every time you have sexual intercourse!

Latex condoms offer the best protection against sexually transmitted infections for people having sexual intercourse.
Condoms work!

In a 1987-1991 study of couples in which one partner had HIV, all 123 couples who used condoms every time for four years prevented transmission of HIV. In 122 couples who did not use condoms every time, 12 partners became infected.

A similar 1993 study showed that using condoms every time prevented HIV transmission for all but two out of 171 women with male partners with HIV. However, eight out of 55 women whose partners didn’t use condoms every time became infected.

Talk with your partners before the heat of passion, and use a condom every time!

Partners should care about each other and be interested in one another’s pleasure, comfort, and health.
Be open. Let your partner know your health concerns and sexual health history, and encourage your partner to be open, too.
Be direct. Talk about your sexual needs and expectations.
Be persistent. Don't let your partner remain silent on these issues.

Keep medically fit, and use a condom every time!

Have a checkup for sexually transmitted infections every year.
Protect your immune system. Eat well, get enough rest, and limit your use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

If you think you or your partner has a sexually transmitted infection ...

See a clinician for testing, diagnosis, and treatment.
Find out if your partner(s) need to be examined and treated, too.
Use all the medication that is prescribed—symptoms often disappear before an infection is cured.
Do not take anyone else's medicine, and do not share yours.
Do not have sex until your infection is under control... then use a condom every time!

Stay in charge, and use a condom every time!.

Alcohol and other drugs weaken good judgment and self-control. Don't let them jeopardize your self-control.

Reduce Your Risk...
Use a Condom Every Time!

Don't Let Embarrassment
Become a Health Risk
Many people find it very difficult to talk about their sexual health. Some even find it shameful. But discomfort and shame can get in the way of common sense. They can keep people from taking good care of themselves and their partners. Choose a clinician with whom you can be comfortable while discussing these issues. Keep yourself healthy by speaking frankly and openly with your clinician about your sex life and your sexual health concerns. Some clinicians don't ask—so take charge and speak up.

Remember:
Protecting yourself against sexually transmitted infections can reduce anxiety and make sex a lot more enjoyable.


 

 

 

 

 

 



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