Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health (Men) – free eBook

Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health (Men) Preview Download (free) “The aim of this book is to shed light onto how STIs affect men, and sexual health and their well-being. We hope to use this book as a guide to educate our readers on the symptoms of STIs. It is important to go for screening develop any symptoms. Being diagnosed and treated early helps prevent future complications. We always believe in promoting greater sexual health knowledge, so that the community at large can take charge...

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Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health (Women) – free eBook

Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health (Women) Preview Download (free) “The aims of this book is to shed light onto how STIs or STDs affect women and their sexual health and well-being. We hope to use this book as a guide to educate our readers on the importance of early STD screening.  My doctors and I encourage female patients to discuss their problems fully without ignoring even the minutest discomfort as there are several STD infections that do not show any obvious symptoms.  Hence,...

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Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health for Man Who Have Sex With Man (MSM)

Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health for Man Who Have Sex With Man (MSM) Preview Download (free) “The aims of this book is to shed light into how STIs that affect Men who have sex with men (MSM), their sexual health and well-being. We hope to use this book as a guide to educate our readers on the symptoms of STIs. It is important to go for screening if you develop symptoms. Being diagnosed and treated early helps prevent future complications. We always believe in promoting greater...

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HIV Cure

Is there a cure for HIV? The answer is YES! Except there is one big caveat: you have to live to 120 years old! Let me explain. We currently have a lot of medicines used to treat HIV. They work in a variety of ways. Some block the HIV virus from entering the cell. Some stop the HIV virus from copying itself. Some block the HIV virus from joining with our cell’s DNA. All these things achieve one common goal. They interrupt the HIV life cycle so that it cannot reproduce and infect other cells. Our immune system then comes in and kills whatever...

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HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis

HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) is a medicine given to people who are at high risk of getting HIV. They are up to 99% effective in preventing a HIV infection. You are a potential candidate for PEP if: You have been exposed to potentially HIV infected body fluids Your exposure was less than 72 hours ago Factors that can increase the risk of HIV infection include: Condom Break Presence of Blood (e.g. Menses) Presence of cuts Presence of Ulcers You are not circumcised These medicines have to be started within 72 hours after possible...

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