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bacterial STDs1 - STDs College-Age Population Two thirds of...

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STDs Two thirds of STDs diagnosed occur among individuals under age 25 1 in 4 experienced adolescents are infected with one or more STDs each year More than half of all reported cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea occur among 15 to 25 year olds Half of new HIV infections occur among people younger than 25 years
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Incidence of STDs: Why So High? Engaging in risky behavior Multiple partners Unprotected (condomless) sex Highest in adolescence & early adulthood, when incidence of STDs is highest Oral contraceptives Lack of public health measures and limited access STD prevention and treatment
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Bacterial Infections Chlamydia Gonorrhea Nongonococcal Urethritis Syphilis Chancroid
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Chlamydia Most common bacterial STD in US 3-4 million new cases each yr Sexually active teenagers largest infection group Vaginal, oral, anal sex. Self contamination with fingers.
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Chlamydia (cont’d) Two types in women Lower reproductive tract
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