sexually transmitted infections: 2 results
When Guli Fager started her job as a sexual health educator for university students in Texas, she was shocked to learn how little they knew. While most students had basic knowledge about contraception, they had minimal understanding of reproductive processes and sexual health issues. ...
No. Like most other family planning methods except condoms, the Standard Days Method does not protect people from STIs. If you think you are at risk of an STI, you should consult your doctor immediately to find out how you can protect yourself.