Following a year that’s been dominated by the terms ‘coronavirus’ and ‘Covid-19’, we’re sure most of you will have had enough of hearing about rates of infection, positive test results and numbers of cases. However, one area where the UK has seen infection rates drop significantly over the past few months (not surprisingly as a result of lockdown!) is sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
STDs are serious diseases that must be treated, regardless of whether you are pregnant or not.
An STD is a sexually transmitted disease. They are also known as STIs, ‘Sexually Transmitted Infections.’
You can still get pregnant if you have an STD. However, if left untreated a STD can effect a woman’s ability to become pregnant.
Generally, having sex during pregnancy doesn’t need to be completely different to intercourse before pregnancy. The majority of sex positions are safe during pregnancy. You may find that some positi...
We take a look at the most common symptoms of Sexually Transmitted Infections in both males and females and show you the signs and symptoms you should look out for, with a fruity twist!