HPV vaccine doesn't spur teen sex, study finds
Answer by missanc at 12:12 PM on Oct. 15, 2012
Answer by LostSoul88 at 11:51 AM on Oct. 15, 2012
Sorry I can't seem to get all my thought down in one post :)
Just want to say that as a teenager I did not appreciate the risk that sex could potentially cause to my body. When you're a kid you just don't understand how valuable your health is. I plan on showing my kids exactly what STDs are. What they look like and how they will effect your body and your life. A penis is not much different than a used needle. I think that's the big challenge when teaching kids about sex, getting them to understand how 'life changing' a moment of pleasure can be.
Answer by Farrahann at 12:40 PM on Oct. 15, 2012
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Answer by tessiedawg at 11:55 AM on Oct. 15, 2012
Answer by SaraD1989 at 11:57 AM on Oct. 15, 2012
I'm all for the vaccine. HPV is the most common STD and a known catalyst for cervical cancer. My DD's are 2 & 4 so I have some time to see how the vaccine does. I didn't read the article but I don't see how or why we would expect the vaccine to curb teen sex.
Answer by Farrahann at 11:58 AM on Oct. 15, 2012
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