Module 1

Module 1

Published on 15 June 2022
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00:01
Welcome to module 1 
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According to the CDC, one in every 5 people had an STI at any given time during 2018.
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Of the 26 million people with STIs, half of those belong to adolescents and youth aged 15 to 24.
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Adolescents and youths represent a large portion of at-risk individuals.
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We are exited to have you join our team!
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What are STI's?
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Sexually Transmitted Infections
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bacterial viral parasitic infections
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Bacterial and parasitic infections can be cured with antibiotics
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Viral infections can also be treated with prescription medication, but at this time they are not curable.
00:28
Most common bacterial STI's
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Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
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Chlamydia is the MOST COMMONLY transmitted bacterial STI in the US
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Both Chlamydia and Gonorrhea cause infections in the penis, vagina cervix, anus, urethra, and throat.
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They are spread via semen and vaginal fluids. Most individuals report having no symptoms.
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Untreated can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) in women     and leading to infertility. Can also lead to fertility issues in men
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Syphilis
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Bacterial STI develops in 4 stages
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Direct contact with a syphilis sore during vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Mother to her unborn child.
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Can attack multiple organs: heart, blood vessels, brain, and neurological systems.
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Damage to internal organs can lead to death.
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It is most contagious in stages 1 and 2 Whatever damage is done to organs is PERMANENT
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Trichomoniasis
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Parasitic infection can infect the urethra, vulva, cervix, vagina, and penis
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Spread via vaginal sex, meaning: penis to vagina vagina to the penis vagina to vagina
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Spread via sex toys
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Most common viral STI's
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Treatable but have no cure!
01:14
Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
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Most common STI in the US
01:21
Genital warts
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Cancers including cancer of the cervix, vulva, vagina,     anus, penis, and throat.
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Spread via vaginal, anal, or oral sex and skin-to-skin    contact.
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Hepatitis B
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Scarring of the liver leads to liver cancer.
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Spread via vaginal fluids, semen, and blood.
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Transmitted from mother to child during childbirth.
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Herpes
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Herpes simplex 1 or HSV-1/Oral herpes
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Childhood or young adulthood from non-sexually     contact with saliva.
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Cold sores or fever blisters on or around the mouth.
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Herpes simplex 2 or HSV-2/Genital herpes
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But infection can occur in both genitals and around mouth.
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HSV-1 and HSV-2 can be contracted from vaginal, anal, or    oral sex.
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Medications can suppress symptoms for fewer outbreaks.
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Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
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Attacks your body's immune system.
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Can lead to Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome AIDs.
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People with HIV can lead a normal healthy life with    early diagnosis and treatment.