Guide emergency after unprotected sex!

Guide emergency after unprotected sex! Let’s face it, unprotected sex can happen anytime, even if you never intend to make this mistake. And after such an event do not know what you should do. Before you leave gripped by fear and go into depression and to expect the worst should know that there are plenty of ways to avoid an unwanted pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases develop. The first thing you need to do it but it will not hide your head in the sand and pretend that nothing happened the more you move quickly to the faster action can prevent or treat any complications of unprotected sex.

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Some symptoms then look

If you are a man and you are dealing with:

Bleeding;
Discharge from penis;
Pain during ejaculation;
Irritation and itching in the genital area

Go immediately to the doctor to get professional help.

If you’re a woman and you are dealing with:

Unexpected bleeding;
Pain when going to the bathroom;
– Leakage strange;
Irritation, burning and itching in the genital area

Go immediately to the doctor to get professional help.

Calendar” does not matter
There is always a risk that a pregnant woman indinferet whether or not the position of childbearing or if you have had unprotected sex. And the ‘withdrawal’ is not a form of birth control that you can rely on. Condoms, however, is extremely effective. However, remember that a single measure does not fit all men if the condom is too big or too small can slip or break during sex.

Intrauterine Device
It is a contraceptive device placed in the uterus. Can be installed to 5 days after you had unprotected sex. It is the best form of emergency contraception and prevents the development of a possible pregnancy.

The contraceptive pill
Depending on the type of pill the day may be effective for 3-5 days after having unprotected sex.

Statistics about sex

26% of people do not, usually, protected sex with new partners;
24% of people do not take contraceptive measures or leave them in the care partner / her;
50% of patients in November diagnosed with sexually transmitted diseases are young people aged between 16 and 25 years;
51% of women and 61% of male students unprotected sex.

Good to know

When buying condoms be careful / to the expiration date of the product;
Condoms can break for a variety of reasons: lack of lubrication, oil-based lubricants, piercings.

No symptom no problem?
Even if you do not show any symptoms, you may have a sexually transmitted disease if you have practiced unprotected sex. 50% of men and 70-80% of women with chlamydia had no symptoms.

Go to the doctor in a short time
It is possible to treat uncomplicated a sexually transmitted disease if the disease is detected early. It usually takes between two weeks and three months for a test to discover whether or not you’ve been infected.

 

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