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Unformatted text preview: 2-19-08 Notes•Sexual Health- WomenoSee a gynecologist by age 18, even if you’re sexually active.oPelvic exam (including PAP test)oBreast examoMedical history•Mens Sexual HealthoTesticular cancerMost common in men between ages 15-3590% curableSymptoms•Small lump•“thick” area•Sexually Transmitted Diseases or Infectionso1 in 5 Americans has an STD right nowo1 in 4 MSU students will get an STD while attending MSUo2/3 of cases are in people under age 25oThe more partners, the greater the risk•Risk of STD InfectionoHighestAnal Intercourse (receiver)Vaginal Intercourse (receiver)Anal Intercourse (insertive)Vaginal Intercourse (insertive)oNot at risk of contracting an STD..If you’ve never had sexYou are in a monogamous relationshipoYou are at riskYou have sexYou do not use a condomYou do not have regular STD checkupsYou have had more then one partnerYou have shared needles to inject drugs•SymptomsoDischargeoFrequent UrinationoFlu-like symptoms...
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- Spring '08
- partner, Sexual intercourse, Human sexual behavior, Human papillomavirus, Sexually transmitted diseases and infections