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Jenelle Marie Pierce
Executive Director: Founder: Herpes Activists Network, HANDS () Breaking the Stigma of STDs/STIs
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 19
: Do you use EPT to treat the partners of your patients? It’s a very useful option to facilitate partner management for those with or gonorrhea.
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designed for baking but incredible for fisting Jul 16
"It doesn't define your character, it doesn't say anything about what kind of partner you will become, and it doesn't have to limit your relationships."
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Eric Sprankle, PsyD Jul 17
Midweek reminders: • “Clean” should describe air quality, not someone’s STI status • “Purity” should describe drinking water, not someone’s sexual history • “Family-friendly” should describe a country with universal health care, not a TV show without nipples
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National Coalition for Sexual Health Jul 16
Being diagnosed with an STI isn’t the end of the world. All types can be treated with medicine, and some can be cured entirely. https://www,
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 17
Telling someone you’re interested in that you have an STI can be scary, but these practical tips from can help you start the conversation.
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 16
Even if you hooked up pre-disclosure, you should still tell your partner about your diagnosis and discuss the precautions you can take going forward.
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 15
Undetectable = Untransmittable. If you have HIV, take ART medication as prescribed, and maintain an undetectable viral load, you will not transmit HIV to partners during sex.
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 14
Your Guide to STI and STD Testing - Blood + Milk
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 14
Patient Opinions on Electronic Messaging for STD Test Result Notifications
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 14
Want to Know Your Sexual Health Status from Home? Now You Can
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 10
look closely, and you'll notice, the folks who speak loudest in our oposition also spend the most amount of time obsessing over our every move and doing their best to replicate us!!! 🙄🙄🙄 although rudimentary, and on…
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 8
Don’t forget the lube! Lube helps prevent condoms from breaking and reduces the chance of skin tears (and STI transmission).
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 5
a brief love note to the folks i know who have been feeling drained, overwhelmed, or uninspired lately: sometimes, you just need some sun, a mountain view, excellent company, and a beautiful day. this advocacy work…
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 5
When it comes to talking with your patients about STIs and positive test results, it may be hard to find the words. This guide from can help.
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 5
HPV vaccine now recommended through age 45 in some cases
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 4
When telling a new bae about your STI-status, come prepared with the facts, stay calm, and be patient.
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 1
read this twice, and apply it to everything in your life, literally. 🎯🎯🎯
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jul 1
The HPV vaccine may lead to the elimination of cervical cancer, a massive study finds via
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jun 30
Replying to @thongria
The herpes activists network, HANDS, which stands for herpes activists networking to dismantle stigma!!!
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Jenelle Marie Pierce Jun 26
Initiating open and honest conversations about sex with your patients can break down barriers to care. We can do better as educators and as clinicians.
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