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Can identify ways to reduce risk of HIV Infection Use Condoms Do not use drugs. Have few partners.
Can describe how HIV attacks the body. HIV destroys T cells which prevents the immune system from fighting diseases.
Identify and describe opportunistic infections. Herpes Kaposi's Sarcoma AIDS related dementia Remember that opportunistic infections takes advantage of a weakened immune system.
Identify the body fluids that transmit HIV Blood Seamen Vaginal Secretions Breast Milk
Identify and describe the most effective methods of birth control Abstinence Birth Control Pills
Describe why abstinence is an effective method of birth control. NO sex = no pregnancy or STD’s.
Describe which methods of birth control also reduce the risk of getting STD’s or HIV. Abstinence Birth control pills or other hormonal methods combine with a condoms.
Identify where (conception) fertilization takes place. Fallopian tube.
Name the lining of the uterus. Endometrium
Identify high risk behaviors for STD and HIV infection. Sharing Needles Breast feeding if mother is infected. Sex with out a condom.
Parental consent for HIV and STD testing. Teenagers do NOT need parental consent to obtain birth control.
The STD which is the leading cause of cervical cancer. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV or genital warts.
List viral STD’s that a person would have for life if infected. Herpes HIV Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Hepatitis B Virus (HBV)
Trimester in which a woman’s behavior has the greatest impact on the developing baby? First Trimester
The effects of alcohol during pregnancy. Increased risk of birth defects.
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Presentation Package for Concepts of Fitness and Wellness 6e Section VII: Concept 23 Preventing Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
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Pregnancy: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) – presence of severe birth defects in babies born to mothers who drink alcohol during pregnancy. Includes damage.
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Kinds of STIs Chlamydia Gonorrhea Genital Warts Genital Herpes
Sexually Transmitted Infections
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