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Even though sex is the most common way to get an STI, these are some other ways that you can get a STI without having sex.
Having to deal with an itchy vagina can be very uncomfortable and embarrassing to talk about. Whether you’ve experienced it before or not, here are 6 possible reasons why you’re itching.
With a name like Trichomoniasis Vaginalis, it is easy to think that this STI only affects women, but the truth is - men can get it too. Read more:
A UTI is a bacterial infection that affects your urinary system that is painful and can cause discomfort. Here are 5 ways you can get a UTI that you might not have known about.
Mental health illnesses are serious conditions that are still stigmatised, which discourages people from getting help. Here's a list of places you can seek help from if you need it.
STIs are more serious than we think because they can disrupt your sexual reproductive health. Take a quick look at how you can avoid contracting an STI.
Using the morning after pill is necessary in an emergency but it can be a health risk if you’re using it constantly. Read here to find out why:
It’s common for many people to be afraid of using tampons. Read this article to find out why they (tampons) might be a good option.
Puberty is when your body goes through changes and starts developing as you transition from being a child to an adult. Sometimes puberty can be delayed. Read more:
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