Common STDs teenagers can be infected with


Only 12% of Malaysian teenagers who have had sex have used condoms, putting the vast majority of sexually-active local teens at risk of contracting STDs. — TNS

In a study carried out in Singapore, there was an increase in individuals aged 10 to 19 years diagnosed with sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs), which peaked in 2007 with 820 cases.

This study found that over 90% of all adolescent sexually-transmitted infection cases were made up of those aged 15 to 19.

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