Intimate Relationships That Can Trigger The Risk Of Venereal Disease?
honestly I have never had free sex. I’m just here to understand and find out. I’ve read about articles on the internet. In order to avoid these venereal diseases, it is necessary to use a condom. Well, I’m confused. If a husband and wife relationship definitely does not use a condom to create a pregnancy. But from there I was thinking whether there would be a risk of venereal disease if I wanted to make a child? If not, what is meant by intimate relationships that trigger venereal disease like what?
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Basically a sexually transmitted infection can only infect someone if that person has sexual relations with another person who has a sexually transmitted infection. If sexual intercourse is carried out safely, meaning you have sex only with your official partner, and your partner also only has sex with you, then sexually transmitted infections will not occur to you or your partner (because from the beginning, you and your partner also does not have this sexually transmitted infection). Relationships with 1 sexual partner alone will not cause sexually transmitted infections or venereal disease.
Condoms are highly recommended for use in people who have the habit of changing partners or having sexual relations not with an official partner. The use of condoms can help prevent unwanted pregnancy and reduce the risk of sexually transmitted infections. It should be emphasized here that condoms only reduce risk, cannot prevent 100%. To prevent sexually transmitted infections 100%, then you are only advised to have sexual relations with your partner and likewise your partner only has sexual relations with you. This condom use recommendation is not intended to legalize free sex, but rather is recommended for reasons of shared health and well-being.
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