Most people have heard of sexually transmitted diseases, and even those words can be self explanatory. Putting it simple, sexually transmitted disease occurs during sexually activity. However, it is more complex than what most are aware of. There are several ways that it is passed along, to name a few: vaginal, oral, anal sex, contact through infected skin, and even able to be transferred through blood.
The World Health Organization has recently expressed concerns about increased incidence of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) worldwide. The agency, from his headquarters in Geneva, has explained that “on average, approximately one in 25 people globally have at least one of these STD”. WHO also added that everyday one million people catch a sexually transmitted infection around the globe.