Science knows of a 100 percent effective cure for antibiotic resistant STDs, so why aren't we using it?
Sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise in America, reaching levels never before seen by doctors.
Scientists know about an amazing STD solution that is 100 percent effective. So why aren't we using it?
LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) - Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) are on the rise in America, likely fueled by increased sexual promiscuity and growing resistance by the diseases to treatment. Doctors say there is a significant rise in new infections across the country.
The majority of cases, according to the CDC are in gay and bisexual men and in young people. About half of new cases are from people under 20. Doctors from the CDC also added that finding for clinics and places where these people can get treatment is eroding, resulting in higher infection rates.
They recommend more sex education and more finding for clinics to treat these diseases.
They also say that some diseases are becoming antibiotic resistant. Syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia are among the fastest-spreading diseases and are each building resistance to antibiotics.
Most doctors recommend various measures to protect oneself from disease, but there is no substitute for abstinence. Abstinence has a 100 percent success rate in preventing infections.
In order to catch an STD you must first engage in sexual behavior. Yet when people restrict their sexual activity to a monogamous marriage it becomes virtually impossible for them to catch an STD. The nation's STD epidemic could be cured virtually overnight if we suddenly developed an outbreak of sexual morality. )6838 *1 5-(8
According to official figures, half of all sexually active youths will contract an STD by the age of 25. 1 in five teenage girls already has an STD. One in five people over the age of 12 has herpes. Diseases such as warts and herpes have no cure. Diseases such as syphilis and HIV can be fatal.
But it cannot be stressed enough: the best cure is prevention, and the best prevention is abstinence. No disease is resistant to abstinence, all the science agrees.
Abstinence is 100 percent all-natural, costs nothing, and works 100 percent of the time.
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