It’s summer, it’s warm, and no one changes clothes. He is full of life day and night. Everything reminds me of romance and passion. And this often leads to summer misdemeanors, but if you are not in a relationship and do not have sexually transmitted diseases – what can go wrong?
Risky sex, any sexual act without a condom is fraught with many unpleasant surprises. When you are in a monogamous relationship, you have done the research and stopped using condoms, in fact, the only risk is an unwanted pregnancy. However, when you are polygamous, and even more so, you have promiscuous sexual relations, there are many dangers.
When you have sex with more than one partner and take precautions
You will protect yourself from almost all sexually transmitted diseases.
Do not insure yourself against the human papillomavirus. You can get infected by touching, rubbing, during sex, in intimate areas, as well as during oral sex without a condom. In general, French weasels hide their risks – chlamydia, syphilis, herpes, gonorrhea, which can be “sucked”, even from poorly disinfected toilet seats and towels. If you have small ulcers in your mouth, you can get infected, although more difficult, with hepatitis B and the AIDS virus!
Yes, however, if precautions for men are popular and easy to implement, then this is not quite the case for women. For better or for worse, this does not mean the “end” of oral foreplay, but a more careful selection of partners. If you do not know the person, then it is advisable to have oral sex only with a man with a woman and with a condom. Of course, getting to know your casual sex partner is never a guarantee that he will not infect you with an STD.
STDs can often be asymptomatic, so a person may think that he is “clean”, and then it turns out that this is not the case. With these non-clinically manifested diseases, only complications signal the presence of the disease, and in some cases, the lesions are irreversible and can lead to infertility!
The incubation period is the time that must pass from the moment of infection to the manifestation of the clinical picture, sometimes it is longer. This leads to the possibility of having sexually transmitted diseases, but due to the absence of symptoms, your partner did not take the necessary measures.
If you have sex with more than one partner and DO NOT use protection
You boldly decide to play “russian roulette” with sexually transmitted diseases. Most of them are treatable thanks to advances in medicine. But let’s not forget that such as AIDS, hepatitis B, and resistant strains of otherwise known microorganisms are also beginning to appear. All of them definitely contribute to a decrease in the quality of our life, and also affect its duration. There are thinkers who believe that diseases “teach” us to live. For example, sexually transmitted diseases teach us that it is right to choose partners and the actions we take towards them, and not to rush recklessly into the element of passion.
You increase the possibility of becoming a mother or father. Of course, it is good to increase the birth rate in Bulgaria, but it is more important that this is desired and implemented, isn’t it? For men, a woman who has had an abortion does not seem so scary and complicated. However, for one woman, removing the life growing inside her sounds like a responsible decision that she doesn’t know whether to make. Regular use of contraceptives prescribed by a gynecologist or endocrinologist, suitable for the woman in question, reduces the likelihood of an unwanted pregnancy.
To limit the options for a dramatic development of events to one or two summer affairs, it is easiest to use protective equipment. If this has not happened, there is no need to panic, because this will in no way improve the situation in which you may find yourself. 10-14 days after each affair is usually enough to diagnose most sexually transmitted infections. A longer period is necessary to determine laboratory infections such as chlamydia and syphilis, and for HIV and hepatitis, the incubation period is more than 3 months.
If you have had polygamous risky intimate relationships in the last month, try to limit them to at least monogamous risky sex, if the safe option is not an option for you, despite the risks.
Visit a venereologist, consult with him, and do not be afraid to tell the truth to such a specialist – he has heard all sorts of stories and it is unlikely that yours will impress him! Do the necessary research – at best it will turn out to be negative, which I sincerely wish you. If you are diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease, it would be appropriate to inform your partners about it from the very beginning of your risky sexual behavior, and they – their intimate partners, in order to break the chain of transmission of infection.
After 3 months, it is advisable to check a blood sample in a reliable laboratory for HIV or hepatitis B. If they are negative, I hope so, it would be good to repeat them after 6 months to make sure that you come out alive and healthy. The “russian Roulette” you played.