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Human Sexuality(STI) SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE ***midterm***

by: Kitae Notetaker

Human Sexuality(STI) SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE ***midterm*** personal nutrition

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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kitae Notetaker on Saturday March 19, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to personal nutrition at Western Michigan University taught by in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 24 views.


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Date Created: 03/19/16
STI infections/sexual arousal and response the book is Our Sexuality th 12 edition Crooks &Baur Sexual arousal and response chapter 6 pg.145-176 there are two parts of the brain that control sexual arousal: Cerebral cortex and limbic system The cerebral cortex controls higher mental processes Limbic system is a subcortical brain system that has a couple of interrelated structures that have influences the sexual behavior of humans and other animals STI PG.433-486 chapter. 15 Gonorrhea Chlamydia-passed through sexual contact Syphilis Herpes****no cure** Genital warts Viral hepatitis Crabs Scabies- can be passed by close physical contact(sexual and non- sexual)*****highly contagious*** AIDS(acquired immune-deficiency syndrome) Tramission:neddle sharing.vaginal, anal, oral and penile contact. Blood, semen and vaginal fluids are the major ways of transmitting HIV(ATTACKS the immune system) Yeast infection BV (bacteria vaginosis) The best prevention of the STI


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