Today, we shall be looking at 5 things that could be destroyed by contacting STD’s. The fact remains that once a person has contacted any form of STD, there is a high chance that something “might” never be the same again in their life time.
Let’s take a look at these things that could be destroyed
- SEXUAL ORGAN
The sexual organ consists of the Penis in male, and the Vagina in the female. This organ is it the entry stage of STD and could be entirely damaged once infected. Most signs and symptoms are felt at the organ. If not properly treated, the sexual organs could be lost for life.
- ABILITY TO BEAR CHILDREN.
- Since STD’s leads to degradation of the sexual organs, reproduction is highly dependent on the effectiveness of the sexual organs… Once the sexual organs is destroyed as mentioned above, reproduction becomes a challenge.
- Also STD’s cause inflammation of various reproductive tissues in the body, once they are destroyed having children is almost impossible.
- Some STD’s cause low sperm count and egg degradation in the female.. Another reason to make child birth extremely hard
A person married and contacting any form of STD promotes the doubt of trust this is the confirmation sign of “INFIDELITY”. It shows lack of faithfulness. These are the pillars of maintaining marriage, once these are broken, the marriage is as well as gone.
- BIRTH DEFECTS.
STD’s affects everything in reproduction. The quality of sperm or eggs produced are highly affected and this could lead to deformed babies that are given birth to. In some worst scenario the child could be born dead.
Contacting STD in this part of the world could lead to loss of reputation. Especially in a community where one is regarded with prestige and seen as a person of high standard, a family person etc.
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