Sexual Health Week – STIs

Sexual Health Week is happening on 12th September until 18th September 2016.sexual health week sexual health week sexual health week

This years focus is sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

FPA aim to raise awareness about where to get tested and encourage condom use.

If you have unprotected sex (without using a condom), you are at a greater risk of getting a STI.

STIs can be passed by gential contact and sharing sex toys.

In England, there were more thanĀ  435,000 STI diagnoses in 2015.

To read moreĀ about STIs and Sexual Health Week, CLICK HERE

While the theme this year is sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and safer sex, if you (or a man you know) suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED) or “impotence”, then that condition would need to be addressed before you (or they) can even think about engaging in any sexual activity.

For more information about erectile dysfunction, and some of the treatments available, CLICK HERE