STD Transmission During Menopause: Self-Assessment

You may have heard that as you age and go through menopause, you no longer have to worry about practicing safe sex. This misconception is a dangerous one, and it is vitally important that you continue to use condoms when having sex. Fill out the self-assessment below to see if you’re following safe sex best practices. If you have questions about your sexual practices or just want to schedule a check-up, make an appointment with your provider and bring your completed form with you.

Describe your sexual activity:

Monogamous with one partner
Occasional sex with different partners
Frequent with different partners
No sexual activity

Describe your use of barrier contraceptives (male/female condom):

I use a condom every time
I use a condom sometimes
I do not use condoms

Self-Assessment Summary

Schedule a visit and bring this summary to your appointment

Describe your sexual activity:

Describe your use of barrier contraceptives (male/female condom):






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