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EQ: WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF STD/STI (DISEASE/INFECTION) 4/16
BELL RINGER Pat has sex with 10 people who have had sex with 10 partners each. How many “phantom partners” (past partners of partners) does Pat have?
STATISTICS 12 million cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) occur each year, 3 million (or 25 percent) are among teenagers. 1 in 4 Teenage girls have STD-more susceptible
READ ABOUT A STD Write a 2-3 sentence summary about the STD, symptoms, treatments, and how to protect against it Explain to group
COMMON STDS Chlamydia. This most common bacterial STD is found in 20 to 40 percent of teens having sex outside of marriage. Chlamydia often has no overt symptoms, and if untreated can cause sterility in both males and females. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Up to 15 percent of sexually active teenage girls are infected with HPV. The majority of those infected have a strain that has been linked to cervical cancer. Genital Warts. Viral growths that appear on the external genital organs, genital warts infect as many as a third of all sexually active teenagers. No permanent cure exists for these growths. In females, there is an association between genital warts and cervical cancer.
Herpes. This is a viral infection that, undiagnosed, can cause miscarriage or stillbirth during pregnancy. There is no cure. Gonorrhea. A highly contagious bacterial infection affecting the penis in men and the vagina in women, gonorrhea, left untreated, can cause sterility, arthritis, and heart trouble. AIDS. Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a disease in which the body's natural defense system is disabled, allowing other bacterial and viral infections to become deadly.
CONDOMS Do reduce risk of many STDs such as HIV No protection against skin-to-skin STI’s
STD TESTING AT A GLANCE STD tests are easy to get. But you must ask for the test. Consider testing if you have had unprotected sex, even if you don't have symptoms There are different tests for different STDs
EQ: IS HIV A CRIME? 4/17 BR: Read quick reference guide. Write your observations, inferences, opinions
READ AND ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-4 Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iB- 6blJjbjchttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iB- 6blJjbjc Reflection: Number 5