RNSG 2205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Non-Penetrative Sex, Vaginitis, Oral Sex

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Low-risk sex: vaccinations, avoid exchange of bodily fluids, examine sex partner for rashes, lesions, bumps, discharge, odors, avoid alcohol or drugs- alters decision making. Hug, massage, erotic conversation- no bodily fluids shared. Monogamous (both people test negative for sti and hiv) Monogamous, but not tested for sti or hiv. Rough sex that may cause damage or bleeding (fisting, anal, rape) Chlamydia (most common sti- bacterial: difficult to diagnosis- symptoms are non-specific and it"s expensive to culture, untreated >> acute salpingitis or pelvis inflammatory disease (pid) Screen at 1st prenatal visit: re-screen at 36 weeks, if previously positive, <25 yo, or has new sex partner(s, symptoms, usually asymptomatic, spotting, postcoital bleeding, mucoid or purulent discharge, effects on pregnancy. Infants exposed to mother"s infected cervix during birth usually develop conjunctivitis or pneumonia. Screen at 1st prenatal visit: re-screen at 36 weeks, if previously positive, <25 yo, or has new sex partner(s)

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