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What are the Benefits of not Being Sexually Active? When Should I Get Tested? Take Home Message Quiz. Bagaimana untuk tidak Keliru antara Seks dan Cinta? Mesej Untuk Dibawa Pulang Kuiz. Faktor-faktor yang menyumbang kepada pemerdagangan kanak-kanak dan wanita dan teknik-tekniknya Kesan dan Langkah Pencegahan Pemerdagangan Manusia Mesej Untuk Dibawa Pulang.
Sexually transmitted infections STIs are infectious diseases that spread from one person to another through intimate contact vaginal sex, oral sex, anal sex, kissing or sometimes even close skin to skin contact. A person can get STIs for example herpes or genital warts through skin-to-skin contact with an infected sore. This is not true. Anyone who has had unprotected sexual contact can get STI.
That is false because bacteria or viruses that cause STIs can enter the body through small cuts in the mouth as well as the genitals. You cannot tell if someone has STI or not just by looking at them. For this same reason too, some people with STI are not aware they have one. What other stories do you know about STIs?
Do you know if it is a myth or a fact? Why is it important? Having an STI can be embarrassing but that is not the only problem. If untreated, some STIs can cause permanent damage to your reproductive organs, such as the inability to have a baby infertility and even death. It is important that you learn what you can do to protect yourself from these infections.
Do you know many STIs do not have any signs or symptoms? Do you know that refraining from vaginal sex does not completely stop your risk for contracting an STI? In fact, most people do not know they have them till very late. They can pass on the infection without even knowing it.
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HIV/AIDS di Malaysia
Against the backdrop of Covid Pandemic in Malaysia, there has been rising vitriolic campaign by some sections of Malaysian social media users against the Rohingya refugees taking refuge in the country. Though it's difficult to say what exactly is the trigger behind the campaign, following three incidences seem to be possible triggers:. Recent arrival and subsequent pushing back of the Rohingya boat survivors,. A self-proclaimed leader of Rohingya refugees in Malaysia apparently demanding Citizenship and Equal Rights in the country.