Sexual diseases in teens
Sexually transmitted diseases STDs are infectious diseases transmitted through sexual contact. The best way to prevent your son or daughter from contracting an STD is to advise them to abstain from any type of sexual contact with another person. However, if they decide to become sexually active, or are currently sexually active, there are several precautionary measures to follow, recommended by experts, to help reduce your adolescent's risk of developing a sexually transmitted disease. These include:.
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Many young women and their doctors remain uncomfortable talking about sexually transmitted diseases, and these patients often underestimate their risk, according to a new report by a major health services provider. Poor patient-doctor communication and false beliefs about STD risks may be among the factors contributing to the nation's record high rates of STDs, says the study, released Monday by medical laboratory testing giant Quest Diagnostics. The Quest-commissioned national survey queried females ages 15 to 24, mothers of females in that age group, and physicians. STD cases exceeded 2 million in , the highest rates ever reported by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About half were in young people. According to the study by Secaucus, N.
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In addition, adolescents are sometimes reluctant to disclose their full sexual history to their health care provider, which can complicate diagnosis and treatment, noted Dr. Straub , professor of pediatrics at the University of South Florida, Tampa. There has been a sharp increase in the number of combined diagnoses of gonorrhea, syphilis, and chlamydia, with an increase from 1. According to a CDC infographic shown by Dr.
Brenda Wilson. Since , health officials at the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have watched warily as the teen birth rate has crept up. The increases come after nearly two decades of steep declines. Looking at teen birth rates alone, however, they said it was too early to say that this represented a reversal of a trend toward improvement in teen sexual behavior. The larger picture, taking into account what teens say they're being taught about sexual and reproductive health, rates of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases among teens, and sexual activity among certain age groups and ethnic and racial groups, are much more worrisome.
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