Religious beliefs and medical treatment

| August 4, 2015

If you turn around and look you will find that the most affordable and effective means to prevent sexually transmitted diseases and help in unwanted pregnancy around the world is Condoms. Thus, for the same above reason many groups are concerned about the practice of safe sex by using contraceptives such as condoms among masses mostly teenagers and adults who are intensely involved in sex. Since many years this awareness program about using condoms is spreading widely across the globe. Campaigns on contraceptive use have been intensively promoted across the countries with heavy population along with increasing number of HIV/AIDS diseases.

In spite of so much awareness programs by government groups and non-government groups, still not all people know about condoms and some feel that it is against their religious customs to use contraceptives. Various religions exist in around the world and they have their own set of ideologies. When it comes for the use of condoms as contraception in family planning or as a preventive against the spread of sexually transmitted diseases, different religions have their own perceptions. Many liberal groups have debated with the religious groups pertaining to this matter and tried to explain them about the positive aspects of condoms.

Many organizations are also spreading the use condoms worldwide in order to avoid the spread of the most dreadful disease HIV/AIDS. But, it is being badly hampered due to the religious groups who object about the use of contraception resulting in the failure of saving the lives of millions infected by this disease. The tug of war is going on for the past many years and the groups have been appealing to religious leaders to help spread the use of condoms thus preventing the transmission of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.

AIDS is a dreadful disease that has taken millions of people around the world under its affect and still the number is increasing. Health and Medical experts believe that the most effective way of preventing the spread of AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases is by the use condoms.

It is not only government leaders in countries having high rates of HIV cases but also religious leaders who can play an important role in the prevention and reduction of HIV infections. Thus, condoms can be useful in preventing unwanted pregnancy and sexually infectious diseases if religious groups show their active involvement.


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