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Lisa Bayani is a nurse practitioner in obstetrics and gynecology who specializes in treating women throughout their life span. Her interests include reproductive health care, prenatal care, LGBTQ health care, vaginitis/vulvar conditions, and women’s sexual health issues.
Lisa is married and has two young daughters. When she’s not helping to educate and treat her patients, she enjoys spending time with her family.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
Lisa Bayani discusses the role that assumptions play in healthcare
Resources to use if you want to see someone outside of your primary health care provider
Lisa gives a rundown of some of the more common sexually transmitted infections
What is included in an STD test?
Lisa’s safe sex 101: condom, lube, and sex toy best practices
Can safe sex be sexy?
PrEP, how you can use it, and where you can get it
Practicing safe sex beyond infection prevention
How releasing the stigma around STIs can help improve your communication around sex
In this episode…
It’s that pivotal scene in the movie: The couple who has been at odds is about to consummate their passion and get into bed. Things are getting steamy, clothes are being thrown around, and then they’re under the sheets. But did anyone reach for protection? A condom? A dental dam? Anything?
With references to protection being left out of scenes like this in movies, books, and porn, it begs the question: Can safe sex be sexy? And if not, what are the consequences? According to nurse practitioner Lisa Bayani, it’s up to you to make sure you’re being safe and healthy with your sexual practices—sexy or not.
In this episode of Your Secret is Safe with Me, Dr. Marie Murphy sits down with nurse practitioner Lisa Bayani to talk about safe sex 101. They discuss the different types of sexually transmitted infections, what to do if you need treatment and privacy, and how COVID-19 has added a new layer to the practice of safe sex. Tune in to hear how you can make sure you’re practicing safety in a sexy way.
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