Talk openly with your health care team about sexuality.
The Program Archive on Sexuality, Health, and Adolescence (PASHA), funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and the Office of Adolescent Health in the Department of Health and Human Services, is a collection of effective program replication kits designed to reduce teen pregnancy and STI/HIV/AIDS in adolescents.
To facilitate the replication, adaptation and further evaluation of these interventions, all replication kits are designed to be comprehensive, user-friendly and visually appealing.
Sexual problems may develop during, immediately after, or years after treatment.
Tell your health care team about your symptoms, including new ones or changes in symptoms.
If you like a guy or he likes you, it’s perfectly OK to ask him not to post things about you online, including pictures.
Some things don’t have to be shared with the whole world.
You may have the strongest feelings of your life, which is great when things are good. Here are six dating tips to help you keep your head during this exciting time.
Dating Tip 1: Take Your Time Some teens date, some don’t.
Infants and toddlers learn about sexuality when their parents talk to them, dress them, show affection, and teach them the names of the parts of their bodies.
As children grow into adolescence, they continue to receive messages about sexual behaviors, attitudes, and values from their families.
Potential sexual side effects: Meanwhile, radiation therapy to the pelvis can cause vaginal dryness, soreness, and pain.