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Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... © 2020 American Academy of Pediatrics. All rights reserved. 99384 99394 99385 99395 Z00.12 Z70.8 Z30.0 Youths are exposed to sexual messages every day—on the TV, on the internet, in movies, in magazines, and in music. Sex in the media is so common that you might think...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... 99383 99393 Z00.12 Z70.8 Children begin learning about sex and sexuality as soon as they are able to view, listen, and sense the world around them. As your children grow and develop, they may giggle with friends about "private parts," share "dirty" jokes, and look up taboo...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... care and advice of your pediatrician. Listing of any resources does not imply an endorsement. You develop any symptoms that you think might be a STI You have sex without a condom or the condom breaks during sex. Reason: pills (such as Plan B) can prevent pregnancy if taken within 5 days...
Patient Education Handouts
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... © 2020 American Academy of Pediatrics. All rights reserved. Sex can change your life and relationships. Having sex may affect the way you feel about yourself or how others feel about you. Before you decide to have sex, or if you are already having sexual intercourse (oral, vaginal...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: May 2022
... an increase in sex hormones. You may notice that you get erections (when the penis gets stiff and hard) more often than before. This is normal. Even though you may feel embarrassed, try to remember that unless you draw attention to your erection, most people won’t notice it. Also, everyone’s penis...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: July 2022
... and adults with HCV infection should be strongly advised to avoid having sex. If they are going to have sex, they need to use latex condoms to prevent the spread of HCV. Anyone with HCV infection should also avoid drinking alcohol because alcohol can speed up liver damage. In some children, HCV infection...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2022
... an eating disorder, contact your teen’s doctor right away. Eating disorders like anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa can be very dangerous, and treating them promptly is critical for recovery. Teens are naturally curious about sex. This is completely normal and healthy. However, teens may be pressured...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... Yes, being in a relationship can mean If you and your partner find it hard to talk about sex, it might be a sign that you are not ready to have sex. Open and honest communication is important in any relationship, especially in one that involves sex. © 2020 American Academy...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: August 2021
... diseases spread during sex. A pus-colored discharge may come out of the penis. (called drip) A urine sample needs to be checked to make the correct diagnosis. Overview: Pain with passing urine is never normal. All children with painful urination need a urine checked. Until...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: August 2021
... washcloth can also be the cause. Vaginal itching can also occur from soap. Bladder or kidney infections (urinary tract infections) are possible at any age. STD . In teenagers, pain when passing urine can be from diseases spread during sex. Vaginitis . A vaginal infection with a yellow-colored...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: August 2021
... and puts everything in the mouth, avoid sharing toys. Do this for a week. Avoid contact with anyone who has eczema or a weakened immune system. Teens . Avoid oral sex during this time. Herpes from sores on the mouth can spread to partner’s genital area. The person with cold sores cannot infect...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... often? You may be asked questions about your sexual activity, such as Have you had any type of sexual intercourse (oral, anal, or vaginal)? When was the first time you had sex? Did you want to have sex, or were you forced to have sex? Have you had sex with more than one person...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
..., not letting someone else make them for you. Your pediatrician can explain how smoking, drinking, or taking other drugs can affect you and why it's smart to stay away from them. Sex During visits with your pediatrician, you'll have a chance to ask questions about dating, sex, and other personal stuff...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
.... Contains very little violence and no nudity, sex, or drug use. PG Parental Guidance Suggested. Some Material May Not Be Suitable For Children. May contain some profanity, violence, or brief nudity. Does not contain drug use. Parental guidance suggested for more mature themes. PG-13 Parents...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... and drug use. Say “No!” to drugs, alcohol, cigarettes and e-cigarettes, and sex. Saying “No!” is OK. Don’t share your prescription medicines; don’t use other people’s medicines. Choose friends who support your decision not to use tobacco, alcohol, or drugs. Support friends who choose not to use...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... decisions. It’s OK to feel up sometimes and down others, but if you feel sad most of the time, let us know so we can help you. It’s important for you to have accurate information about sexuality, your physical development, and your sexual feelings toward the opposite or same sex. Please consider...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... of sex (vaginal, anal, or oral). Let them know that many people wait to have sex. Condoms. The best way to lower the risk of getting HIV and other STIs, if they are sexually active, is to use a latex condom and limit the number of sexual partners they have. Teens should also know about other...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... also more likely to make unhealthy choices such as having unsafe sex, which may lead to sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unwanted pregnancies. The legal drinking age in the United States is 21. The best way to prevent drinking-related problems is to not drink. If you are 21 and choose...
Patient Education Handouts
Published: January 2021
... be experiences that highlight same-sex attractions for lesbian and gay youth. However, many LGBT teens have said, in retrospect, that they began to sense something different about themselves early in life, and for gender diverse youth, this feeling sometimes begins as far back as preschool. It is common...