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WillyWorries.com Blog Story, Agony Aunt, Sexual Health Advice, Birth Control Advice, Advice on Safer Sex, Helen Knox

Fevers as a period symptom

I know that some women get fevers as a period symptom but are high fevers normal? These symptoms are new. The last two periods have had me chilled, feverish and with a temperature of up to 102 degrees Fahrenheit. I don’t use tampons, I’m not sexually active and I am in pretty good shape.  Is there …

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Sexplained Books, Knox Publishing, Knox Publishing Brentwood, Knox Publishing UK

Sample Interactive Pages – “Sexplained Two – For Changing Times”

“Sexplained Two – For Changing Times” Do you work with young people, know some or have some at home? Are you a parent, a teacher or a youth worker? Are you a nurse or doctor, new to the field of contraception or sexual health work? Do you have to explain the intricacies of sex-ed and …

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Stop! No sex without a condom.

High – Medium – Low Risk Sexual Activities

High – Medium – Low Risk Sexual Activities HIGHEST RISK ACTIVITIES High risk activities include: •Anal sex (buggery/sodomy) without a condom. •Vaginal sex without a condom. •Giving oral sex (a blow job/fellatio) to a man if his ejaculate enters your mouth. •Giving oral sex to (going down on/cunnilingus) a woman during her period. •Finger insertion …

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Stop! No sex without a condom.

Safer Sex for Healthy Adults

SAFER SEX for healthy adults For protection against all Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), we recommend that you always: •Take universal precautions as a matter of routine – ie. ensure condoms or dental dams are used. •Consider any exchange, or potential exchange, of body fluid a risk – especially blood stained body fluid. •Cover any cuts …

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Stop! No sex without a condom.

INTRODUCTION To Safer Sex

INTRODUCTION To Safer Sex Information and advice provided on our website is universal and non-judgmental – ie. it can apply to anyone regardless of sexual orientation. Information and advice is offered on the basis that no-one can really tell, by looking at another person, whether or not they have a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI). •Not …

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Demonstration: shows Baby Oil in contact with a latex condom - oil rots latex

Why can I use condoms with water based lubricant and not oil based product?

Why can I use condoms with water based lubricant and not  products like Vaseline® or Baby Oil ? Oil interacts with the latex of the condom and perishes it in a relatively short period of time. Water based lubricants do not. Oil based lubricants are only safe to use with nitrile or polyurethane male or …

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Hold the condom in place as you withdraw after ejaculation

How are condoms removed ?

How are condoms removed ? After ejaculation, it is essential to withdraw BEFORE your penis goes flaccid again. HOLD THE CONDOM ON THE SHAFT OF YOUR PENIS WHILE YOU WITHDRAW.  This is because when your previously erect penis returns to its flaccid state, it ‘shrinks’ and if you do not hold the condom in place …

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Condom correctly on penis

How should I put on a condom ?

How should I put on a condom ? After ensuring that you are about to use a reliable condom – suitable for intercourse, not just novelty: · Take it from its pack and check that it is still in date. · Check that it carries the CE/British Standard or other internationally recognised mark of quality. · …

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Update: Emergency Hormonal Contraception

STATEMENT FROM THE CLINICAL EFFECTIVENESS UNIT September 2015 Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) response to new data on quick- starting hormonal contraception after use of ulipristal acetate 30mg (ellaOne®) for emergency contraception. In 2010, the FSRH introduced guidelines supporting immediate commencement (“quick- start”) of hormonal contraception after administration of oral emergency contraception (EC). …

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