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What is a sexually transmitted disease?

01 1 first: sexual intercourse. There is a sufficient number of pathogens in one genital lesion during sexual intercourse (such as syphilis or flat warts with a large number of spirochetes), the other side of the skin and mucous membranes may be in direct contact with pathogens; genitals during sexual intercourse
02 2nd: Sex-related behaviors such as kissing, mutual masturbation, etc. In addition to sexual intercourse caused by genital, anorectal, oral and other parts of the infection, other sexually related behaviors such as kissing, mutual masturbation, etc. can also occur lips, eyes,
03 3 Third: Blood transmission: By receiving contaminated blood, blood products, sharing syringes, needles, and placenta, birth canal, etc. Pregnant women with syphilis can pass the placenta to infect the fetus; pregnant women suffer from gonorrhea due to amniocentesis