Having unprotected sex with multiple partners

Duration: 9min 34sec Views: 1443 Submitted: 08.11.2020
Category: Babysitter
The relationship between chronic diseases and number of sexual partners: an exploratory analysis. It may be hard to believe, but both of these refer to same medical research. The first one is the actual title of the research, which provides no information about its findings. The second one is a newspaper headline.

More sexual partners, more cancer?

Is It Actually Dangerous to Sleep with More Than One Person in a Week? | Women's Health

Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. We conducted a cross-sectional study to determine whether the time between two consecutive sexual partnerships gap is associated with sexually transmitted infections STIs in Russia. A self-administered questionnaire was administered to STI clinic patients in St. The length of the gap between partnerships was divided into four categories: overlapping 0 or negative gap , short gaps 1—90 days , mid-length gaps 91— days , and long gaps days or more.

Multiple sex partners

If people are sexually active and not using condoms, what is the possibility of them having a disease? Unfortunately, it's quite likely. People who have sex without using condoms are at high risk of getting sexually transmitted diseases STDs. It doesn't matter how many people the person has had sex with.
And is it dangerous? D, a clinical psychologist specializing in relationships. That's because this sexually transmitted disease isn't detectable in men, says Rahbar. So, yeah, use a condom. The best way to approach this is to ask yourself, "Why do I want to have sex with this person?