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Accdg. to W.H.O everyday 10 filipino women die from CERVICAL CANCER.
Out of 83% Vaginal Infection of Women, 62% are infected because of Poor Quality Sanitary Napkin!
EVERY WOMAN IS AT RISK...
FINALLY!!! An amazing sanitary napkin featured in GMA 7's Jessica Soho,"ANION sanitary napkins" is a world high-tech product not only for women but also for men. It relieves the following:
UTI - DYSMENORRHEA - BACTERIAL INFECTION - MENSTRUAL ODOR - INFLAMMATION - VAGINAL PROBLEMS - FATIGUE AND STRESS - HEMORRHOIDS - URINARY INCONTINENCE - REGULATES BOWEL MOVEMENT.
It helps prevent the following:
CERVICAL CANCER - PROSTRATE
CANCER - ARTHRITIS - ASTHMA –
ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION –
NATURAL DETOXIFIER

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I've been in periods for 5 months they not stopping,I tried all contraception but they getting worse,help me.


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Would suggest as a first point of treatment of going to a doctor or s.t.d. clinic and asking for a s.t.d. test for your peace of mind and to eliminate this as a possible cause.

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HIV is present to variable degrees in the blood and **** secretions of virtually all individuals infected with HIV, regardless of whether or not they have symptoms. The spread of HIV can occur when these secretions come in contact with tissues such as those lining the vagina, anal area, mouth, or eyes (the mucus membranes), or with a break in the skin, such as from a cut or puncture by a needle. The most common ways in which HIV is spreading throughout the world include sexual contact, sharing needles, and by transmission from infected mothers to their newborns during pregnancy, labor (the delivery process), or breastfeeding. (See the section below on treatment during pregnancy for a discussion on reducing the risk of transmission to the newborn.) Sexual transmission of HIV has been described from men to men, men to women, women to men, and women to women through vaginal, anal, and oral ***. The best way to avoid sexual transmission is abstinence from *** until it is certain that both partners in a monogamous relationship are not HIV-infected. Because the HIV antibody test can take up to six months to turn positive after infection occurs, both partners would need to test negative six months after their last potential exposure to HIV. If abstinence is out of the question, the next best method is the use of latex barriers. This involves placing a condom on the ***** as soon as an erection is achieved in order to avoid exposure to pre-ejaculatory and ejaculatory fluids that contain infectious HIV. For oral ***, condoms should be used for fe****io(oral contact with the *****) and latex barriers (dental dams) for *********** (oral contact with the vaginal area). A dental dam is any piece of latex that prevents vaginal secretions from coming in direct contact with the mouth. Although such dams occasionally can be purchased, they are most often created by cutting a square piece of latex from a condom. The spread of HIV by exposure to infected blood usually results from sharing needles, as in those used for illicit drugs. HIV also can be spread by sharing needles for anabolic steroids to increase muscle, tattooing, and body piercing. To prevent the spread of HIV, as well as other diseases including hepatitis, needles should never be shared. At the beginning of the HIV epidemic, many individuals acquired HIV infection from blood transfusions or blood products, such as those used for hemophiliacs. Currently, however, because blood is tested for both antibodies to HIV and the actual virus before transfusion, the risk of acquiring HIV from a blood transfusion in the United States is extremely small and is considered insignificant. There is little evidence that HIV can be transferred by casual exposure, as might occur in a household setting. For example, unless there are open sores or blood in the mouth, kissing is generally considered not to be a risk factor for transmitting HIV. This is because saliva, in contrast to **** secretions, has been shown to contain very little HIV. Still, theoretical risks are associated with the sharing of toothbrushes and shaving razors because they can cause bleeding, and blood can contain large amounts of HIV. Consequently, these items should not be shared with infected people. Similarly, without sexual exposure or direct contact with blood, there is little if any risk of HIV contagion in the workplace or classroom

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