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Abdominal pain may be minor and of no great significance, or it can reflect a major problem involving one of the organs in the abdomen.The characteristics of the pain -- location, timing, duration, etc. are important in diagnosing its cause. Persisting abdominal pain should be evaluated by a physician.

Abdominal pain(Pain in the belly)can be associated with a variety of conditions both within and outside of the abdomen. Abdominal pain can be acute and sudden in onset, or the pain can be chronic and longstanding. 

The cause of abdominal problems can be hard to pinpoint. Sometimes minor and serious abdominal problems start with the same symptoms.  Pain that increases with movement or coughing and does not appear to be caused by strained muscles is more likely to be a symptom of a serious problem.

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) (STI) :------- HPV vaccine can prevent certain cancers and other diseases caused by human papillomavirus and help prevent Health problems such as: genital warts and cervical cancer.

Get vaccinated against HPV. HPV vaccines are safe and effective. Prevention is better than treatment. Get your girls and your boys vaccinated at 11 or 12, or as soon as possible if they're already 13 or older. HPV vaccine produces a higher immune response in preteens than in older teens and young adults.

What is HPV?
HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI).Nearly all sexually active men and women will get HPV at some point in their lives. HPV vaccines can protect males and females against diseases (including cancers) caused by HPV when given in the recommended age groups.

STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) And YOU?

Some  diseases, such as hepatitis B and C,can be transmitted without sexual contact. Others, such asgonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis can only be transmitted through sexual contact. 

Who are at Risk for STD's???
  • People with multiple Sexual Partners
  • People who use condom inconsistently
  • People who have anonymous sexual partners
  • people who are sexually active and infected with HIV

Although STD's can be Deadly,it is considered both curable andPREVENTABLE. If you  suspect you have STD's or is  at Risk  you should seek medical attention immediately.


Gonorrhea and Chlamydia continues to be of great concern in the adolescent population, as well as other sexually transmitted infections (STI). As practitioners, we must make time at each visit to discuss STI prevention. 
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