Can I get an STD by just kissing someone?
Diseases that are passed through skin contact with the infection, like herpes or syphilis, are more easily contracted from kissing. >
Is it possible to have an STD and not know?
Many of the more common STDs do not show symptoms in the early stages. >
If STDs are so common, how can I know so many people who have sex and don’t have an STD?
Only a handful of people have ever told me that they have or had an STD. >
Could someone get an STD through birth and not know about it?
The CDC identifies a number of serious consequences of a child contracting an STD through birth. >
My boyfriend wants to have unprotected sex. He says he loves me, so it doesn’t matter if I get pregnant.
Okay, this isn’t a question, but it raises some important issues. First of all, her boyfriend is completely ignoring the risk of getting an STD. >
I got Chlamydia from my boyfriend and got treated. Can I get it again?
Yes, it is possible to become infected with the same the STD more than once. >
Living with an STD
Living with an STD can be tough, especially if you have an STD that has no cure. >
Abstinence – The Best Choice
Abstinence is the best choice to avoid emotional, physical, and personal consequences of sex outside of marriage. >
The HPV Vaccine
You may have seen the commercials showing young women chanting “I want to be one less.” And you ask yourself, “One less what?” Let’s break it down, starting from the beginning. >
This article will explain STDs, what they are, how they spread, how to prevent them, and how to treat them. >