Posted February 07, 2018 09:24:00 The United States and Canada are in the midst of an unprecedented global epidemic of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Most of the STIs are in developing countries, and are especially common in developing nations.
The United Nations has projected that by 2030, 20 per cent of the world’s population will be infected.
But while many of the infections are spread through vaginal intercourse, some are transmitted sexually through oral sex and oral sex with an object.
To help prevent STIs from entering your home, here are some best practices for prevention.
Learn more about STIs.
Read more about the outbreak of sexually-transmitted infections in the U.S. and Canada.
Read our list of tips for protecting yourself from STIs and infections.
Learn about what to do if you get a sexually-treatable infection.
What’s the difference between a STI and an STD?
A sexually-active person has unprotected sex with a partner.
A sexually active person does not use a condom.
STIs can be caused by the same viruses as an STD, but they can be treated in different ways.
An infection can lead to a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or a sexually transmogrifying infection (STD).
An STI can be transmitted by vaginal, anal, or oral sex, but an STD can be passed through sex with other people.
What are some of the most common STIs in the United States?
According to the CDC, over half of all U..
S women who have an STI have at least one sexually transmitted disease (STID).
These infections include chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and herpes.
Some infections are more common in rural and urban areas, while others are more prevalent in the South.
Some STIs that are common in the West include cholera, chlamydial infections, and syphilis.
For a list of all STIs, see our list.
Are there STIs more common than in other parts of the U