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STDs & birth control.
- Wednesday, July 23, 2008 / 12:54 AM.

sexually transmitted diseases. (STD for short.)

what are STDs?
is an illness that has a significant probability of transmission between humans or animals by means of sexual contact, including vaginal intercourse, oral sex, and anal sex.

what are some of the common STDs?
1. genital herpes.
- you can be infected by someone who has it already.
- symptoms include one or more blisters around genitals or rectum (which may break, forming ulcers), fever, swollen glands and sores.
- no treatment is available, but antiviral medications can shorten or prevent this STD.

2. gonorrhea.
- it is a bacteria that frows in the warm, moist area of the reproductive tract, or mouth, throat eyes, or anus.
- you can get it when you come in contact with an infected person's penis, vagina, mouth or anus.
- symptoms include a burning sensation when urinating or painful / swollen testicles, anal itching, soreness bleeding or painful bowels.
- appropriate antibiotics can help.

3. chamcroid.
- bacteria infection.
- symptoms include one or more painful ulcers, and painful lumps in the penis.
- it can be treated with antibiotics.

4. hepatitis B
- it is a viral infection (something like the flu), passed through infected blood and body fluids.
- if it is serious, it may lead on to liver disease.
- vaccination can prevent this.

how can we prevent STDs?
- abstain from sexual contact,
- or have protected sex.

birth control.

methods of birth control include
1. male condom.
- a cap on the penis, to stop sperms and semen from flowing out.
- it can prevent STDs from spreading as well, and stops unwanted pregnancies.

2. diaphragm.
- it creates a seal against the walls of the vagina, to stop sperms from flowing beyond the vagina where fertilisation may take place.
- it can prevent STDs from spreading as well, and stops unwanted pregnancies.

3. birth control pills.
- it inhibits normal female fertility.
- it is easy to take, and not uncomfortable.
- but it may have other side effects after prolonged use.

4. female condom.
- to stop sperms from coming into contact with egg.
- it can prevent STDs from spreading as well, and stops unwanted pregnancies.

5. lubricant.
- sperms are sensitive to liquids with low pH values, therefore, the lubricant destroys them.

6. spermicide.
- it is a substance inserted into the vagina to kill sperms.
menstruation & fertilisation.
- / 12:28 AM.


when menstruation occurs, the unwanted egg dissolves, and the lining on the uterus wall is shed.


however, if sexual intercourse were to take place within 48 hours of the release of the egg, the egg might be fertilised. only ONE sperm will succeed in entering the egg, while a barrier will be formed to block out other sperms. the head will break off from the sperm, and its nucleus will fuse with the egg's nucleus.

both the sperm and egg have 23 chromosones, which contain genes that decide on how you look like, your height, and other features of your body.
puberty & sexual organs.
- / 12:15 AM.


what is puberty?
it is the process of sexual maturation and physical changes by which a child becomes an adult.
this is where the most rapid growth of the body takes place.

what changes?


- their voice breaks and deepens.
- their arms become more muscular.
- their appetite increases.
- they grow taller.
- the penis develops and starts producing sperms.
- hair grows on the genitals and armpits.


- they grow taller.
- their breasts develop.
- their hips grow wider and rounder.
- hair grows on the genitals and armpits.


these are the reproductive structures in male and female bodies.

the female sex organs

the male sex organs.

- Thursday, July 10, 2008 / 8:58 PM.

Myth 1. I cant get pregnant if I douche (wash the vagina) after sex.
True / Not true.

the sperm may already be within your body.

Myth 2. I cant pregnant the first time I have sex.
True / Not true.

As long as you are sexually matured, it is possible.

Myth 3. I cant get pregnant if I dont have an orgasm.
True / Not true.

as long as the sperm meets the egg and it gets fertilised.

Myth 4. I cant get pregnant if the guy pulls out.
True / Not true.

the sperms might already be in your body.

Myth 5. I cant get pregnant if I have my period.
True / Not true.

both the egg and the uterus lining will be shed. there is no egg to be fertilised.

Myth 6. Can men get pregnant?
True to a certain extent.

click here. the baby was implanted into the man's abdomen.
click here. these men changed their gender, but left their original sexual organs.

that's it. it may be hard to separate fact from fiction, but with a full understanding of the organs in your bodies, you will be able to tell the difference.
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