5 Ways To Tell Her About HPV
It is doesn't have to be painful to use one of these 5 ways to tell her about HPV. If your relationship is getting more serious she needs to know about it so that she can make an informed decision about the risks. It is important to inform your partner that you have the infection. The risk of transmitting the sexually transmitted infection to her will be minimized.
HPV is commonly transmitted during sexual activity. Abstinence is the only way to truly prevent the sexually transmitted infection from spreading, however, condoms can minimize the risk of transmission. The only way to truly have safe sex is to wear a condom every time you are intimate.
Make sure you tell your partner about HPV before things start to get hot and heavy in bedroom. You do not want to discuss the sexually transmitted infection in bed right before sexual activity. It needs to be discussed so that you can practice safe sex.
- Tell her about HPV in a private place It is important to talk to your partner about it in a quiet place that is free from disruption. The two of you will be able to freely share your emotions and concerns without worrying about other people listening. Let her know that you care about her and want to continue the relationship but that you need to discuss this matter with her. Show her pamphlets and give her information. Face-to-face discussion is the best way to tell her about your condition.
- Tell her about HPV over the telephone The telephone will let you talk to your partner without having face-to-face interaction. Spend time discussing your feelings. Don't rush to get off the telephone. Listen to what she has to say and reassure her.
- Tell her about HPV in a handwritten letter Handwritten letters are personal. You can include pamphlets on HPV and additional material on the virus. Give her all the information she needs to make an informed decision.
- Tell her about HPV in an email While it may seem impersonal, many people can share their thoughts more freely online. Write down your feelings about her and the relationship. Let her know that you want to take precautions so that the HPV is not transmitted to her. Give her links to sites on HPV and preventing the spread sexually transmitted disease.
- Tell her about HPV on an instant message Instant messages can help you to talk to your partner about HPV. Attach a webcam and instant message each other on the computer. You will be able to see her face and address her concerns.