Unfortunately today, the subject of examining bisexual women is quite taboo. Everyone thinks it is wrong to examine bisexual women and lesbians. But if they are not examined, then how will they lead healthy lifestyles? It is truly a question that one must ponder upon if one is to see how worth it the result will be. Bisexual women may think that they have something in order to use against physicians, but they do not. In the end, only they suffer the consequences of their own actions. It's so difficult because of the sensitivity of the subject. Lesbians are usually so sensitive about their health that they do not even let other people examine them. Their health gets to be at risk. What if they develop HIV?
There are many different complications that can happen to these people if they do not swallow their pride and let themselves be examined. The bottom line is quite clear. The rules are not just black and white. They need to let in some space. Sure, people might judge them for it, but it is for their own good. Who cares about what other people say about them anyway? We are out to save lives here. And if lesbians and bisexual women don't let themselves be medically examined, problems may arise.
HIV in bisexual women and lesbians
HIV develop more in bisexual women and lesbians. The high rate of HIV usually takes place whenever these women develop more sexual contact with other women. As a result, things happen and bacterias take place. Viruses spread and the women are at a high risk of developing a sexual disease. Statistics say that bisexual women and lesbians have just as much of a chance of developing HIV as normal heterosexual women? It's true. The statistics don't lie. It's an alarming statistic to read, but it is true anyhow. We must find a way to penetrate the stone hearts of lesbians everywhere. If they agree, they will let us examine them and their health will not be compromised.
The complications of developing diseases for bisexual women and lesbians
It is difficult to say as of now whether the situation of health for bisexual women and lesbians is improving or not. So long as they continue to be sensitive to the information they give away to their physicians, no signs of improvement will arise. It is imperative that these people open themselves up so that doctors can find their ways in. If they do not do this, then the consequences might be dire. Who would want to have diseases all their life? Pride is getting in the way of that. They must submit as if they do, they will receive better healthcare.
The situation bisexual women and lesbians face
The situation may be bleak for bisexual women and lesbians but fear not. There is still hope. For as long as they continue to be hard-headed about their health, no progress will continue. Fortunately, the moment that they do open up, progress will happen and cures will be made. In the end, it is all up to them.