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Repro. Ch. 5 True/False
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People who have had an STI in the past are immune to getting that one again.
Cold sores and fever blisters are symptoms of herpes.
Homosexuality is one of the causes of AIDS.
If left untreated, gonorrhea can turn into syphilis.
Yeast infections (monilial vaginitis) can be prevented with feminine hygiene products.
A person with a cold sore on the mouth can give his or her partner genital herpes during oral sex.
Gon, chlam, and syph, are often contracted by using toilet seats of infected person.
Chlam is more common than gon.
It's possible to contract HIV by hugging, touching, or being close to someone.
the large majority of women don't show symptoms in the early stages of chlam. and gon.
Herpes can sometimes be cured with antibiotics.
a person can only have one STI at a time
HIV can be spread by mosquitos
PID can be caused by infections that were not contracted during sex
condoms are ineffective against HIV
the eggs of pubic lice can survive for days on towels and sheets.
a person who has no symptoms does not have to worry about having gon, chlam, or syph.
Only women can contract trichomoniasis and monilial infections.
herpes can be cured with a drug called acyclovir
the HPV that causes cervical cancer are the same that cause genital warts
Zika can be spread during sex
recurrent herpes attacks are generally more painful and last longer than the first (primary) attack
herpes is the leading infectious cause of blindness in the US
Hepatitis A is most often spread by non-sexual means.
worldwide, most cases of HIV are contracted by sex between heterosexual partners
Generally speaking, people who get AIDS this year got HIV 5-15 years ago
People who get HIV are extremely contagious in the first 60 days after exposure.
HIV/AIDS can be considered cured when drug therapy reduces HIV to non-detectable levels
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