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About Me

all about breast enlargement surgery

I have struggled with self-esteem for as long as I can remember. When I was in school, I was the girl that got picked on for not having the big breasts that the other girls had. As I grew older, I hoped that I wouldn't have the problem to deal with, but I just never developed. It was mind blowing because all of the women in my family are very well endowed in that area. The day I turned 21, I went to a cosmetic doctor for a consultation and learned all about my options for breast enlargement. This blog contains much of what I learned during my research before my surgery.



Facts About STDs

The more you understand about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) the less your risks will be of getting an STD, whether you are a casual dater or even in a monogamous relationship. Here is basic information about STDs that you want to know in order to best protect yourself.

Abstinence until testing is important

There are many types of STDs and there are different ways in which they can be spread. Learning the different ways in which the different STDs are spread will arm you with the knowledge you need to best protect yourself. You do want to keep in mind that you don't know whether or not a partner has an STD unless they have been tested and proven to be negative recently. Therefore, you are going to want to be sure to protect yourself from all types of STDs, which can best be done by not having intercourse until your partner is tested.

How STDs are spread

STDs, such as HIV, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis, are spread through sexual intercourse. The exchange of bodily fluids is what causes the STD to be transmitted from one person to another. There are other STDs that can be spread by way of skin-to-skin contact. A couple of examples of this type of STD is genital warts and crabs. Also, understand that you often won't be able to tell that a person has genital warts by looking at their genitals. Therefore, you can end up catching genital warts from someone who does not currently have visible warts on their genitalia or near that area.

How you will know if you have an STD

The scary part of STDs is you can often have one and you will not even know. In fact, with some STDs you can have it and spread it to your partner while you never have any signs or symptoms. Then, there are other STDs that will become quite obvious that you have them, such as crabs.

With STDs such as HIV, you can go a long time without symptoms and this means you can spread the illness to a lot of people between the time you are infected and the time you learn you have it. This is why it is so important for you to be sure that you are getting regular STD testing when you have multiple partners. Even if you only have one partner, you should still have an annual exam since many people are shocked to learn their partners have been unfaithful which can lead to them giving you an STD.

If you suspect you have been exposed, you need to seek testing and STD treatment immediately.