5 Dangerous Diseases You Can Contact During Sex, Regardless of Condom Use.













When it comes to diseases that are transmitted through skin, the condom will not work. Therefore, if you are sexually active, it is Better to Hold till you get Married Or is important to regularly do tests, even if you practice safe sex! Some STD’s have serious health consequences if left untreated.


These are the most Dangerous Diseases You Can Contact During Sex, Regardless of Condom Use. Is not a Surprise & New thing. STAY SAFE

  1.Genital Herpes

If the wound of the herpes is located in the groin or the part not covered by a condom, it may cause transmission of herpes through that unprotected wound. Doctors recommend abstinence when you have a visible outbreak of herpes (herpes is easily transferred), but you should know that herpes can be transmitted even when there are no visible symptoms.

Condom is not sufficient protection nor with herpes type 2 – genital herpes, nor with herpes type 1 – oral herpes. which is recently discovered that it can be transmitted through sexual intercourse. Depending on the stage of the disease, herpes may be less (when no visible symptoms) or more infected (with visible bubbles on the skin). Also genital herpes can cause vaginal pain.

    2. HPV

HPV is the most common STI; there are over 100 strains of the virus. Some strains of HPV go unnoticed and seem to cause no symptoms at all, while others can cause genital warts or various cancers.

 Because genital warts can be on parts of the genitals that are not covered by a condom, especially female condoms, HPV can be spread via skin-to-skin contact. What’s worse– there is no male STD test for HPV and many cases show no symptoms, so it is often passed on unknowingly to partners.

  3. Syphilis

Yes, syphilis is still around. Syphilis is a highly contagious bacterial infection that spreads through sexual contact, including oral, vaginal, and anal sex. Syphilis sores occur at the infection site, and can be contracted by a partner via skin-to-skin contacts is a dangerous disease you can contact during sex, regardless of condom use

  4. Human Papillomavirus

Human Papillomavirus is one of the most common STDs out there. As of 2013, there were 79 million reported cases of it in the United States according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). What makes it so common? It isn’t passed through fluids like more severe STDs, but rather just through skin-on-skin contact.

There are thousands of strains of the virus, some are mild and never manifest themselves, some cause warts, and some can cause cancer.

   5. Public Lice/Crabs

Pubic lice, also known as crabs, are Pthirus pubis that infect the genitals. These lice are most common among teens and are typically spread during sexual, skin-to-skin contact. Pubic lice can live among public hair and can be spread whether or not a condom is used.

            HOW CAN I STAY SAFE??

 The easiest way to protect yourself from these dangerous diseases you can contact during sex, regardless of condom use is to know if your partner is tested, and if he had other partners since he have been tested,  and what his / her relationships were in the past.

Also, if you reduce the number of sexual partners it reduces the chances to get infected with a sexually-transmitted diseases.

To reduce the number of possible breaks in the skin, use a lubricant, it will reduce friction, which can also reduce the direct contact between the skin.

Always keep protection with you  OR even stay away from it and wait till you get Married In other not to Regret Later.

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7 comments:

  1. Thanks for this informative post. Wooow millions people living this deadly disease.

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    1. Frankly speaking, in Todays Society we take things common, but is not as we thaught. thanks for reading

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  2. Thanks for sharing this information and increasing public awareness!

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  3. This is awesome info! Thanks !

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