Sexually Transmitted Infections
What is the difference between a STD and STI?
The terms STD and STI refer to sexually transmitted diseases and infections, respectively. Sexually transmitted infections do not always cause symptoms or develop into a disease. Despite the fact that the phrases are interchangeable, an infection does not invariably progress to illness.
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More Sexually Transmitted Infections Q&A
Can STIs be transmitted through oral sex ?
Are condoms the only effective way of preventing sexually transmitted infections?
If there is a drop of blood on a cigarette filter is it possible to get an STI or HIV from it?
What is HIV?
Does pregnancy place women at increased risk of becoming infected with HIV?
Who is more at risk of becoming infected with an STI, men or women?
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