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High-risk sexual behavior puts people at risk for sexually transmitted infections STIsunplanned pregnancy, and being in a sexual relationship before being mature enough to know what makes a healthy relationship. Teens and young adults are at higher risk than adults. Examples of high-risk sexual behavior include:. People may have high-risk behavior because they:.
For more information see: Sexually Transmitted Infections. Blahd Jr. Author: Healthwise Staff.
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Examples of high-risk sexual behavior include: Unprotected intercourse without male or female condom use, except in a long-term, single-partner monogamous relationship. Unprotected mouth-to-genital contact, except in a long-term monogamous relationship. Early sexual activity, especially before age Having multiple sex partners. Having a high-risk partner one who has multiple sex partners or other risk factors. Having anal sex or a partner who does, except in a long-term, single-partner monogamous relationship. Having sex with a partner who injects or has ever injected drugs. Exchange of sex sex work for drugs or money.
Reasons for high-risk behavior People may have high-risk behavior because they: May not understand the concern about STIs and how they are transmitted. May not talk about safer sex practices with sex partners.
Aren't prepared or don't understand how to use protective measures to prevent STIs. May not be aware of symptoms of STIs. May not seek medical care for STI symptoms. May not have access to treatment or be able to afford treatment. May use alcohol and drugs and have sex.
Drugs and alcohol impair judgment and make unsafe sex more likely.
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