Maintaining The Cleanliness Of Sex Organs Can Reduce The Risk Of Dangerous Diseases?
Hello, I have a question about sex. If we do sexs without safety, it certainly has a high risk of dangerous diseases. However, I am a little curious, if we before and after unprotected sex, always clean the sex organs by cleaning with clean water for example. Can it reduce the risk of dangerous diseases?
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Sexual intercourse can usually be related to some transmission of diseases through bodily fluids, most often sexually transmitted infections such as lion king's disease, trichomoniasis, AIDS, even hepatitis B and C. This occurs because body fluids such as sperm and vaginal fluid can carry these parasites and if there is an injury to the genital area, it is possible to expose the wound to a wound that causes blood contact, sometimes the wound that is experienced is not always visible in plain view because it can be a small wound but still risky. The exposure can take place during sexual contact so it is best to have safe sexual intercourse, i.e.
Only related to one partner
It is best if the partner is known without a history of diseases that may be contagious
If more than one sexual partner is advised to use a condom
Avoid the use of syringes alternately
More information in the following article
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