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KNOW HIV/STD Prevention Curriculum Grade 8 Lesson 2PowerPoint Presentation KNOW HIV/STD Prevention Curriculum Grade 8 Lesson 2
Sexually Transmitted DiseasesSTDs Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Who gets STDs? STDs are most common among teens and young adults.Health problems from STDs are more severe and more frequent for females than males.
Who should worry about STDs?Anyone who has: Unprotected sex Many sex partners Gets high or drunk before sex
Causes of STDs Bacteria Virus Parasites Fungus
Bacterial STDs Chlamydia Gonorrhea Syphilis Bacterial VaginosisPelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) Nongonococcal Urethritis (NGU)
Viral STDs HIV/AIDS Herpes Genital Warts Hepatitis B
Parasitic STDs Trichomoniasis Pubic Lice Scabies
STDs caused by Fungus Yeast Infection (Candidiasis)
Transmission of HIV and STDsPassed from an infected person to a partner through sexual activity. Sexual Intercourse Oral Sex Skin-to-skin contact Herpes Syphilis Pubic Lice Scabies
STD Symptoms Many STDs have no symptoms. For those who have symptoms, they may include: Genital discharge Abdominal pain Painful urination Skin changes Itching around the genitals
STD Testing See clinic or doctor Be specific All partners
STD Treatment Medication is different for different STDsBacterial Viral Parasitic Fungal Take full course of treatment
Preventing STDs Sexual abstinence. Maintain sexual fidelity.Know your partners—go with them for STD and HIV tests. Use latex condoms correctly. Don’t get drunk or high.
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