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23rd Mar: How much do you know about STIs? watch

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    This week on The Surgery Gemma and Dr Radha are talking about STIs.

    Did you know you can catch some STIs through oral sex? Have you ever been for a check up or does thought of visiting a sexual health clinic make you nervous? Have you ever had to tell someone you had an STI?

    Plus,if you’ve ever had a question about STIs or unprotected sex but been too scared to ask you can post here anonymously and we’ll do our best to answer on The Surgery on Radio 1, Wednesday 23rd March at 9pm!
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    Yeh, coming from private school, we've always had lectures and stuff all about it... I mean, hours worth of 'teaching' on this subject...

    Coming back from Magaluf, my mate went to get tested... he did have sex on the beach though to be fair (multiple times, multiple girls)!

    EDIT: He was fine, by the way! (although a little worried on the flight home...)
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    I know quite a lot about STIs since my mum was a nurse and she taught me a lot and then I am a biology student and have studied health care. I've only ever been for a STI test when I was pregnant and a STI check was compulsory.

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    To be fair STI sounds better than the old name Venereal Disease.
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    Enough to know sleeping with a girl who likes the BBC will give me one.
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    love the Surgery show listen every week from Hong Kong! always something that is interesting or educational. Dr Radha and Gemma, brilliant hosts.
    this week about masturbation, which lm a fan of , actually know every human does it frequently or infrequently, like breathing or eating, its just human! but l believe it can do you damage IF the thing that turns you on is deviant. physiologically no damage but mentally it certainly can do, psychosomatics then kicks in.
    Dr Radha and Gemma yourselves are amongst the best !!

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    This week on The Surgery Gemma and Dr Radha are talking about STIs.

    Did you know you can catch some STIs through oral sex? Have you ever been for a check up or does thought of visiting a sexual health clinic make you nervous? Have you ever had to tell someone you had an STI?

    Plus,if you’ve ever had a question about STIs or unprotected sex but been too scared to ask you can post here anonymously and we’ll do our best to answer on The Surgery on Radio 1, Wednesday 23rd March at 9pm!
 
 
 
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