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If you decide to have sex, there are ways to make it safer. Sexual contact can be from genital to genital, genital to mouth, rectum to mouth or genital, and even through kissing, sharing sex toys, or skin to skin contact. STIs are caused by a bacteria, virus, or parasite that can live in the human body. You cannot get STIs from toilet seats or animals.

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A mother can pass an infection to her baby during pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding. The surest way to protect yourself against STIs is to not have sex. That means not having any vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Make sure that you and your partner use a condom from start to Anchorage sex partner every time you have oral, anal, or vaginal sex. Remember, a condom only protects the part of the body that it covers. The RHC has free condoms in the lobby. You can also order free condoms from www. for more information.

Since most people who have STIs do not have symptoms, getting tested is the only way to know for sure whether or not someone has an STI. Before you have sex, talk with your partner about how you will prevent STIs and pregnancy. You should also talk to your partner ahead of time about what you will and will not do sexually.

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for tips about starting these conversations with your partner. Girls and women should talk to their doctor or nurse about regular cervical cancer screening, and routine chlamydia and gonorrhea testing. There are a variety of ways to make sex safer. Abstinence The surest way to protect yourself against STIs is to not have sex. Condoms Make sure that you and your partner use a condom from start to finish every time you have oral, anal, or vaginal sex.

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Talk Before you have sex, talk with your partner about how you will prevent STIs and pregnancy. Avoid mixing alcohol or recreational drugs with sex. Special Needs of Girls and Women Girls and women should talk to their doctor or nurse about regular cervical cancer screening, and routine chlamydia and gonorrhea testing.

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