Causes And Transmission Of Sexually Transmitted Diseases?
afternoon doctor, I was reading a book about PMS, then it was stated that one of the risk factors for PMS is a married woman. I want to ask why married women and women aged 30-45 years have a greater risk of PMS? Thank you
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STDs or sexually transmitted diseases are infections that are transmitted through unsafe sexual intercourse.
The cause of STDs is through HIV/AIDS, herpes, and hepatitis B
Mode of transmission via
- Vaginal discharge
- Other body fluids
- Give birth to
- Alternating syringes.
Someone who is married like you and is 30-40 years old is not a major risk factor for getting an STD. Because the risk factor for getting an STD is someone who has free sex without ties and is carried out by many people and does not use protection.
Here are tips for preventing STDs:
- Loyal to one partner
- Do not have sexual intercourse with an STD-infected partner
- Commitment not to have casual sex
- Avoid consuming alcohol before sexual intercourse
You can read more detailed information in the article:
Not afraid of PMS
The risk of getting an STD
That's all the info from me, hope it helps
Greetings, Dr. Geraldine Kenya Estuworo