Sexually Transmitted Diseases Concern Everyone
This book gives
information primarily from official government medical sources on the most
common STDs extant in the United States, including description of symptoms,
more than 70 figures and photographs, what to do to reduce risk of
exposure, and what to do if you think you might have been exposed.
If you are concerned, then do something. Inactivity and ignoring information will not make it better.
Buy this book and share it with your friends—illnesses like STDs will only thrive in darkness and ignorance.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases—Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention-2nd Edition – Assembled and Edited by R.J.Banis, PhD, (2006) Illustrated with more than 70 photographs and illustrations, ISBN 1-888725-58-3, 8¼X5¼, 290 pp, $18.95
Suppose you test positive for an incurable STD such as Herpes or HPV?
Is it the end of the world? No!
people share your circumstances. Going on with a normal life is helped a lot
by finding people who share and undertand. There are organizations that
specialize in helping with this,
you are diagnosed with an incurable STD, such as HIV or Herpes (HSV), life
isn't over! These illnesses are treatable and you can still carry on a social
life in a sexually responsible way. There is an ethical issue regarding
exposure of others to the infection, but There are very active available
resources for finding others in the same situation who would not suffer from
exposure and are as eager as you are to carry on normal social relationships.
See the discussion on this in the chapter on "Statistics and STDs."
Learn more at one of the positive relationship websites such as
You don't need to go on through life facing embarrassing questions in new relationships or worrying about spreading a disease, Enjoying a normal life with good relationships is entirely possible. There are many other people looking for friendship with you.
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