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Oral Sex: Is it Safe?

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Oral Sex: Is it Safe?

According to recent studies, oral sex is on the rise, especially among high school and middle school students. Because oral sex doesn’t result in pregnancy, many teens believe that it’s safe.

In reality, oral sex is linked to the spread of multiple STI’s, including: Syphilis, Gonorrhea, HIV (causes AIDS), HPV, Genital Herpes, Chlamydia. Some of these STI’s are incurable, and all are capable of doing long term damage to a person’s health.

1 in 4 sexually active teens tests positive for an STI. If you are concerned that you have an STI or have been exposed to an STI, make an appointment to get tested today. The Women’s Clinic of Atlanta offers Chlamydia and Gonorrhea testing for a one time $10 cash fee, and HIV Initial Screening for an additional $10 to women between the ages of 17-26.

Call or text to make an appointment at our Johns Creek or Decatur location today. Our trained medical staff can provide you with the services you need, and help you get treated if the test is positive.

By | 2017-07-25T18:28:37+00:00 August 20th, 2016|STI's|0 Comments

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