Top 5 List of Embarrassing Questions You Don’t Want to Ask Your Doctor

STD's5.  You are a young person new to the dating scene. Or you are newly single and have started dating.  Should you be tested for sexually transmitted diseases?

Recent statistics show chlamydia amongst teens and young women ages 15-25 are rising. This age group reportedly has the highest number of cases over the last few years. And think about this 1 in 4 women have herpes, while 1 in 5 men have herpes, which essentially means 50+million people have this virus and 85% of people don’t even know it.

Dr. Samara KhatibDon’t laugh. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea have increased among ages 45-64 in the last decade.

For example, in 2000, there were 900 cases of syphilis in that age group. By 2010, the number almost tripled. Older women are starting relationships, but they may not be thinking about using protection.

Therefore ladies, it is imperative to always ask your partner to wear a condom.

On a personal note, I sincerely hope that you find my advice helpful. As a Bella Petite contributing expert I am here to help you achieve a healthy lifestyle. Please feel free to ask me any questions that you have and please don’t be shy.  I welcome your comments and questions below. Thank you!

Written by: Bella Petite Cover Model Samara Khatib

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