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21. HIV  
What can happen if HIV is untreated? If left untreated, HIV can cause AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) seriously harming the body’s immune system, resulting in serious illness and…  
22. Hepatitis  
How can I catch Hepatitis? There are several different types of virus that cause hepatitis. Some are more easily caught than others and most of them can be passed on through unprotected sex.…  
23. Gonorrhoea  
How do you get gonorrhoea? You can catch gonorrhoea by having any type of unprotected sexual contact including oral sex or by sharing sex toys. Gonorrhoea is not caught by kissing, even if one…  
24. Genital Warts  
How do you get genital warts? Genital warts can be spread by skin-to-skin though any type of sexual contact. However, you do not need to have penetrative sex to pass the infection on as HPV is…  
25. Genital Herpes  
How do you get herpes? HSV is easily passed from person to person by close, direct contact including kissing, vaginal and anal sex (genital contact), oral sex (mouth to genital contact) and…  
26. Epididymo-orchitis  
What might I notice? Pain, redness or swelling in the scrotum. It can also cause some pain passing urine or a discharge from the water passage opening(urethra) What should I do ? Please get…  
27. Chlamydia  
How do you catch chlamydia? It can easily be passed on during vaginal, anal, oral sex or from having close intimate contact with someone who has the infection- this can be unprotected sex or…  
28. Accessibility  
On this page: Measures to support accessibility Conformance status Content that is not accessible Disproportionate burden What to do if you can’t access parts of this website …  
29. Disclaimer  
Whilst every attempt is made to ensure the safety and accuracy of information on this site, we disclaim all liability for the content of this site. In addition, we can not be held liable for the…  
30. Pregnancy Choices  
Am I pregnant? The only way to be sure you're pregnant is to get a test. If your period is every four weeks, do the test if you don’t start your period on time. If your cycle is longer, do…  
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