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SAFE SEX

Safe sex means having sexual contact with your partner while protecting yourself against sexually transmissible infections (STIs) and unplanned or unwanted pregnancy. Sexual contact that doesn’t involve the exchange of semen, vaginal fluids or blood between you and your partner is considered to be safe sex. Unsafe sexual contact with your partner may risk of STIs diseases like Chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV or hepatitis B or result in an unplanned pregnancy.

Safe sex is also called as “safer sex” to highlight the fact that condoms and other barrier methods or products are not 100 % effective in preventing SITs diseases. However, condoms do offer the best protection when used correctly.

Although “safe sex” is used by individuals to refer to protection against both pregnancy and HIV/AIDS or other STI transmissions diseases, the term was primarily derived in response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. According to the guidelines, safe sex was practiced by using the condoms also when engaging in anal or oral sex.

 

Want a safe sex with your partner??

Here are some ways:-.

  • Choose your sexual partner with care. It has often been said that having sex with someone is like having sex with everyone they have ever been with. That why for this reason you need to take all necessary precautions and must be certain that your sexual partner is healthy and trustworthy before engaging in a relationship.
  • Use appropriate contraception to reduce the risk of pregnancy. Unless the two partners are both completely monogamous and free of HIV/AIDS and STIs, contraceptives should be used in conjunction with condoms to prevent the transmission of infection.
  • Take care when experimenting with anal sex. Anal sex is a bit riskier type of sex than vaginal, although many couples derive pleasure from it. The risk of injection is greater because the skin of the anus in thinner and more prone to damage, eventually leading to infection and transmission of diseases.
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