Some facts about STI’s

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Some facts about STI’s

Some facts about STI’s
  • Herpes is spread by unprotected vaginal, oral, or anal sex. You cannot catch it from a toilet seat or a towel.
  • In spite of what some folk say, wearing 2 condoms will not improve protection. They may, in fact, rub against each other, cause friction and one or both of the condoms could tear. Opt for a high quality latex condom.
  • The contraceptive pill does not prevent a woman from getting infected during unprotected sex. Birth control creams, foam or sperm-killing jelly, also do not work if used without a condom.

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