Sexually Transmitted  Diseases STD  and  Responsible Sexual  Behavior

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1. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-1 Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) and Responsible Sexual Behavior

2. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-2 What is a Sexually Transmitted Disease? Diseases you can get by having sex – vaginal, oral, or anal – with someone who is already infected.

3. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-3 STD Transmission HIV and STDs are transmitted through exposure to: Blood. Semen. Vaginal secretions. Contact with open sores and infected areas.

4. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-4 STD Facts 1 in 4 Americans will become infected with an STD in their lifetime. 2 out of 3 STDs occur in young people (age 25 or younger).

5. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-5 HIV and AIDS Caused by the human immune-deficiency virus (HIV), which destroys the body’s ability to fight off infection. HIV can lead to AIDS, which can cause death. An estimated 900,000 Americans currently have HIV and an estimated 40,000 Americans contract the disease each year. Almost 5,000 Navy and Marine Corps personnel have been identified with HIV. Is the leading cause of death among 15 to 24-year olds since 1991.

6. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-6 What To Do See a health care provider promptly if you have been exposed or have symptoms. Notify all recent sexual partners. Follow the doctor’s order and complete the course of treatment.

7. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-7 Strategies for Preventing STDs Abstain from sex or delay sex. Monogamy. Use Condoms and other barriers. Reduce the number of sexual partners. Stay sober – stay “in control.”

8. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-8

9. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-9 Honor Esteem for your family and friends. Admiration for your profession. Respect for your body.

10. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-10 Courage Nerves to abstain from sex. Bravery to make good choices. Guts to do the right thing and stand up to peer pressure.

11. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-11 Commitment Living up to your promises. Choosing a complete life over a passionate moment. Holding on the principle-centered values.

12. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-12 Summary What are sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)? HIV and AIDS What to do if you have STD symptoms Ways to prevent STDs and responsible sexual behavior Navy Core Values

13. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-13 Testing To receive credit for this GMT lesson, you must take the post-assessment. The post-assessment can be found online at http://www.navylearning.navy.mil/ Select catalog, then FY04 GMT Required Topics Pre and Post Assessments. Click on Add to Plan and then Launch to begin. If you do not have Internet access, see your command GMT Coordinator or Training Officer for the CD ROM version.

14. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-14 Resources Sailors with concerns or questions about their sexual health should see a health care provider promptly. Sailors can get Sexual Health Information from the “My Health” section of Navy Knowledge Online at http://www.nko.navy.mil and also from the Sexual Health and Responsibility Program (SHAPR) at http://www-nehc.med.navy.mil/HP/SHARP

15. General Military Training – Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Responsible Sexual Behavior 2-1-15 References SECNAVINST 5300.30C SECNAVINST 1754.1 SECNAVINST 1000.10 OPNAVINST 1740.4A BUMEDINST 6300.9, BUMED Notice 6320 http://www-nehc.med.navy.mil/hp/sharp

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