2nd Edition Revised and expanded
Information is mostly
from official government medical sources, covering the most frequent STD. It covers
symptoms, , how to reduce risk of exposure, and actions if you think you
might have been exposed with more than 70 figures and photographs.
are you concerned? Then do something. Ignoring fears will not help.
Get the book and share it with friends and family—Diseases like STDs will only thrive in darkness and ignorance.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases—Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention-2nd Edition – Assembled and Edited by R.J.Banis, PhD, (2006) Illustrated with more than 70 photographs and illustrations, ISBN 1-888725-58-3, 8¼X5¼, 290 pp, $18.95
What if you are found positive for an incurable STD such as Herpes or HPV?
Is this the end of the world? No!
people have the same circumstances. Carrying on a normal life can be helped by
finding people who undertand. Find organizations that help with this,
with an incurable STD, such as HIV or Herpes (HSV)? Life isn't over! Get
treatment and you can still have a responsible social life. Exposure of
others to the infection is an ethical issue, but There are good resources for
finding others in the same situation who would not suffer from exposure and
are as eager as you are to carry on normal relationships. See the discussion
on this in the chapter on "Statistics and STDs." Learn more at one
of the positive relationship websites such as
You don't have to continue facing embarrassing questions in new relationships or worrying about spreading disease, Enjoy a normal life with good relationships There are many people looking for friendship with you.
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