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Sexually transmitted infections are transmitted by the passage of prostate fluid, semen, rectal and
vaginal fluids between partners during unprotected sexual intercourse.
Use of Uncontrolled Blood, Blood Products and Non-Sterile Blood Contact Devices
Joint use of materials that have direct contact with blood, such as syringes, razors, can cause the
transmission of infections within the blood tissue. In addition, in blood and blood products
transplantation, tissue transplantation and organ transplantation, the use of products that have not been
controlled for sexually transmitted infections can also cause transmission.
Direct Transmission from Mother to Baby
Some sexually transmitted infections can pass to the baby through breast milk, during pregnancy,
during labor, or after birth.
Sexually transmitted infections caused by bacteria (Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis, etc.) can be
completely treated with the use of antibiotics. However, while Hepatitis B and HIV infection have a
chronic treatment, there is no known definitive treatment of HPV. Even if the body is infected with
HIV, HPV or Syphilis, they may not show any symptoms for a long time and those infections are
difficult to diagnose by clinical examination. Therefore, even if there are no symptoms, having
awareness of sexually transmitted infections by getting tested at least once a year or at appropriate
intervals after risky contacts is important for the sexual and reproductive health of both you and your