There are holes or pores in condoms that are LARGER than the germs and viruses of various STDs including Hepatitis B, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. Read this report developed by Virginia Christian Advisor Jimmy Balta.
MEDICAL FACTS ASSOCIATED WITH STD’s (Sexually Transmitted Diseases)THE TWO MAJOR CATEGORIES OF STD’s
1) Bacterial – Curable with antibiotics, but can be dangerous and even deadly if not treated.
- Chlamydia (Greek Meaning: Cloaked or Hidden) – Most common among teens (13-18), can lead to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) which can then lead to infertility (especially in women) and can cause dangerous scarring of the fallopian tube(s) and/or result in Tubal (Ectopic) Pregnancies.
- Syphilis – Can be transmitted through Kissing because sores often appear in mouth. Can cause blindness, heart failure and brain damage. Has caused birth defects in children born to syphilitic mothers.
- Gonorrhea – Is increasing significantly among adolescents (15-24). Can result in PID and thus infertility as well.
2) Viral – Non-curable; can only be treated symptomatically.
- Genital Herpes – About 1 Million cases per year.
- Hepatitis B – Most common cause of liver cancer in the United States.
- Human Papillomavirus (HPV) – Most Common STD currently in the US (6.2 Million new cases per year). Also most common among college-aged adults (18-29). Causes genital warts, and about 60% of all cases of Cervical Cancer. Condoms generally do not protect against HPV.
- HIV/AIDS – Now the 6th leading cause of death among 15-20 year olds.