Sexually Transmitted Disease and Infection

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1 Million People Daily

Every day, over a million people around the world develop a sexually transmitted disease.

30+ Known Pathogens

There are more than 30 known pathogens today that are transmitted through sexual contact.

4 STDs Incurable

Four of those STDs are incurable (HIV, HSV, HPV, Hepatitis).

What we AIM FOR

STD/STI Explained In A Simple, Understandable BUT Professional Way

If you type in the phrase “sexual transmitted disease” in your favorite search engine, the results that pop up are in huge numbers. Many sources about sexual transmitted diseases and sexual transmitted infections are available on the net.

Many of that information is scattered around on multiple websites, challenging to understand for a “normal” person. We have noticed that those sources lack sufficient information most of the time.
And this is the main reason that drives us every day to provide to you that high-quality information in one single source - at ASKstd.com

We aim to successfully explain to you all areas of STD and STI in a simple, understandable, but professional language.

And all of that for free. So please support us by either working with us, make a donation or use our affiliate links in our articels. Every cent will contribute to let us do our job here and to keep this website alive.

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6 Facts To Avoid an Sexual Transmitted Infection

03 Asymptomatic

STDs are often asymptomatic (show no visible symptoms).

04 Not Knowing

For this reason, many people unknowingly carry the disease and infect their partners.

01 Spreading

STDs are spread primarily through vaginal, anal, and oral sexual contact.

02 Pregnancy & Childbirth

Sexually transmitted diseases can be transmitted from mother to child during pregnancy and childbirth.

05 Prevention Part 1

At the moment, condoms are the only form of contraception that has been proven to prevent the transmission of an STD.

06 Prevention Part 2

Condoms should be used during all sexual contact including oral and anal intercourse

The Truth IS

Almost 50% Of People Are Not Comfortable To Speak About Sexual Transmitted Diseases

All You Need To Know About STD


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