If you believe that some STDs are safe, and you don’t have the need of treatment, you are wrong. Every STD known to modern medicine carries a certain level of health risk.
Misinformation and myths about chlamydia may prove havoc. Just dump the myths, know the facts and take the necessary precautions to stay safe from this STI.
Every sexually active person should get tested for STDs at some point. To perform the tests and when to undergo them will depend on personal factors.
According to a rough estimation drawn by experts at a renowned sexual health clinic in London, over one hundred thousand people are infected with HIV.
There is a large number of people in the UK, who are affected by sexually transmitted diseases or STDs. According to a rough estimate, this number is no less than several million.
STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) screening may not be an ideal topic to talk about, however, if you come up with one, you should know how to handle it.
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