Student Name Course Name Date Sexually Transmitted Infections Sexually transmitted diseases STD and Sexually transmitted infections STI are seen to be a major cause for concern for sexually reproductive women engaging in active sex. The study titled "Prevalence of Trichomonas vaginalis infection among young reproductive age women in India: implications for treatment and prevention" by authors Madhivanan et al (2009) shows how STI infections increases burden in the form of other reproductive diseases for young reproductive age women in Mysore India. Although the study does indicate there are geographic socio-cultural constraints and economics of the place that one has to consider when generalizing the data the data does indicate how populations must be considered and the high risk populations must be made aware of the health risks they might face because of STI infections. In the contemporary world youngsters are especially at high risk. Under peer pressure they might make choices that they regret later. However when they are given choices enough for them to evaluate then the chances of them suffering a sexually transmitted health risk will reduce. References Madhivanan P. Bartman M. T. Pasutti L. Krupp K. Arun A. Reingold A. L. & Klausner J. D. (2009). Prevalence of Trichomonas vaginalis infection among young reproductive age women in India: implications for treatment and prevention. Sexual health 6(4) 339-344. [...]
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