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1. Risks associated with having multiple
sex partners, include being at high risk of contracting multiple sexually transmitted diseases from the different partners e.g Gonorrhea,syphilis, genital herpes and others and one may not know the person who infected him or her to be able to seek treatment for both partners.
2. The various viral STDs
.Viral STIs are caused by viruses passed
from person-to-person during sexual activity. In general viral
infections involve many different parts of the body at the same time.
There are four infections in this category: Genital Herpes--Genital Herpes is spread through skin-to-skin contact with an infected area, typically during sex.
Is an incurable sexually transmitted virus that attacks and weakens a
person’s immune system. Your immune system is a complex system that
fights off infection and generally keeps you healthy,
Hepatitis B is a sexually transmitted virus that can cause scarring of the liver, liver failure, and liver diseases.Hepatitis B is incurable, but a vaccine exists and most infections will
clear up on their own. Most people will have no symptoms of an
infection. For these reasons, many people who are infected with
hepatitis B may never know it and still transmit it.
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Jul 22nd, 2015
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