Yes, sex education in schools is vital to deliver accurate knowledge to young persons to prevent children from believing in myths and having misconceptions about sex-related issues. Information on reproductive organs, adolescence and related changes, safe and hygienic sexual behaviors, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), AIDS, and other topics helps to lead a healthy productive life.Answered by Abhisek | 1 year ago
Correct the following statements:
(a) Surgical methods of contraception prevent gamete formation.
(b) All sexually transmitted diseases are completely curable.
(c) Oral pills are very popular contraceptives among rural women.
(d) In E.T. techniques, embryos are always transferred into the uterus.
State True/False with explanation
(a) Abortions could happen spontaneously too. (True/False)
(b) Infertility is defined as the inability to produce viable offspring and is always due to abnormalities/defects in the female partner. (True/False)
(c) Complete lactation could help as a natural method of contraception. (True/False)
(d) Creating awareness about sex-related aspects is an effective method to improve the reproductive health of people. (True/False)
What are the measures one has to take to prevent contracting STDs?
Removal of gonads cannot be considered as a contraceptive option. Why?
Is the use of contraceptives justified? Give reasons.