In addition to HIV / AIDS there are other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), such as chlamydia, herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea and hepatitis, which can be transmitted from one person to another during sexual intercourse (vaginal, anal and oro-genitals – or through objects used during intercourse) not protected by a condom.
Most of the sexually transmitted diseases do not initially exhibit symptoms, therefore they can go unnoticed and in most cases are not recognized immediately.
Even if a client seems “healthy”, this does not mean that he is not a carrier of a sexual illness.
Once recognized, sexually transmitted diseases are easily treated. If, on the other hand, they are not treated properly, they can lead to health complications (sterility, liver damage, etc.) and can prevent you from continuing to work.
It is important to always use condoms when having sex and to undergo a test and advice on sexually transmitted diseases regularly, at least every 6 months or after a risky situation (unprotected sex, broken condom)
Always use condoms, it’s the only way to protect yourself
If you have symptoms, call us for advice