what are STDS? how do u get them? can you get rid of them? what happens if you have STDs?
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Sexual Health and Reproduction category? Maybe give some free advice about: General Sex Questions? Teen_Guru answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 7:17 pm: STDs Stands for Sexually Transmitted Diseases also know as Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). Well STDs occurs when you are sexually active! (Whether you are protected or not). I don’t want to scare you but STDs (as you called them) you can get infected if you are sexually active with many people. Even if it’s your first time you can get it if your partner has it. Keep in mind that once can carry a STD and not register until later. In fact the only sure way not to get it is to wait till your married and it’s just between you and your spouses (if they are STD free). Not only will you be sure you don’t have it, but it will be more meaningful to the both of you, when you use sex as it was attended, to reproduce and make a new life! Anyway there is no way I know of to get rid of them, you can help though to sure the symptoms.
Well what you chose in this matter is up to you I hope this helped you in some way. Let me know if it did! Just remember that the best way to avoid them is to not have sex, until after you’re married!
Advicewiz<3 answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:46 pm: STD's are sexually transmitted disease. They are transmitted through oral sex,and sexual intercourse. You should ask an adult or someone you trust that educated about this kind of thing. If you are uncomfterable confronting someone go to www.webmd.com. It gives you really thorough medical information and the side effects, such as death, and sterility ( no baby :-( ) hope this helps you, and remeber advicewiz says abstinence first, then condoms..Good luck!
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MusicMuse008 answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:36 pm: An STD is a Sexually Transmitted Disease. So yeah, you get them from having any sort of unprotective sex(without a condom). That means sex, oral sex, or anul sex. Some STD's you can get rid of, others like Genital Herpes and AIDS you can't. They all have different affects. They all can weaken your immune system. To find out more you could google STDs online.
xcheerbabex108 answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:27 pm: Sexually Transmitted Disease
You can get them if you have sex and your partner has a disease and he/she passes it on to you. It may be possible to get rid of them but most times you can't. It depends on the disease you get. If you have it you need to go your doctor and if your not sure if you have an STD or not, go to your doctor to get tested, or try a clinic.
pinksoccersox answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:18 pm: STD means sexually transmitted disease. you get these diseases through sexual activity. most of them have no cure, but they do have medicine to help the symptoms. if you have STDs usually you'll have to take some kind of medicine depending on the disease.
this sight should explain the different types of STDs [Link](Mouse over link to see full location)
2cute4u answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:13 pm: an STD is a sexually transmitted disease and u u get them by having sex with someone who has one and doesn't tell u and by having unprotected sex some of them are cureable others are just treatable [ 2cute4u's advice column | Ask 2cute4u A Question ]
FLiP4DaStArZ09 answered Tuesday August 9 2005, 6:09 pm: STD's are Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Once you get them, im pretty sure that you're stuck with them and if you have them, they can stop you from having children and things. Basically, you get them from sex... hope i helped!!
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