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The amazing facts about fertilization and pregnancy!

From conception to birth it is awe inspiring to see the changes and development of a baby in the womb.

Check out the video.

STD / STI Risk?

Answer these questions:

  1. Are you sexually active?
  2. Do you have more than one partner?
  3. Has your sexual partner had other sexual partners?
  4. Have you known your partner for less than one year?
  5. Have you changed sexual partners since you were tested?

If you answered yes to even one of these questions, you are at risk

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are spread through any sexual contact including: vaginal, oral, anal sex as well as any skin to skin contact with the genital area. Many STIs can go undetected because the large majority of those infected have no symptoms.

It is recommended by the CDC (centers for disease control) that all sexually active people be routinely tested. A person should be examined and tested in a clinic or health provider’s office if they feel they have any symptoms that could possibly be an STI/STD.