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Sexual intercourse may have many possitive aspects, but it also means the risk of catching a sexually transmitted disease (STD). There are ways to lower this risk, using a condom being the best in most cases, but there is always a chance, however slim, to get an infection from oral, anal and/or vaginal sex. Some forms of intercourse are riskier than others - anal sex being the most likely to get you sick, and this is why men who have sex with men are the focus of many specific sexual health campaigns. However, the only surefire way to be away from most STDs is sexual abstinence. For those who have an active sex life, it is reccommendable to keep watch on their own sexual practices and possible symptoms or risk factors for sexually transmitted infections.

Each infection has its own profile of symptoms, but most of them can be confused with other diseases with similar manifestation or even have no symptoms at all. The later are the most dangerous ones because unless you get a routine check, you cannot find out that you have it. This means that you might pass it on to other people, as well as suffer from the consequences of the infection in your body. Read More...

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