The First Doctor addresses an important topic of health: relationships between men and women. He clarifies the facts and identifies the kind of people to avoid.
The first Classification
A man infected with an STD is at risk of infecting his partner. Human Immune Virus (HIV), Gonorrhea, Syphilis, and blood cancer are all examples. Each of them is transferred at the time of marriage and requires even more time to heal. To prevent contracting diseases, a woman is recommended to avoid contact with the man who has them.
The Second Classification
If the test proves that her genotype is not the same as that of the woman, marriage is not allowed due to gene insertion. The four main distinct genotypes are AA, AS, SS, and AC (uncommon). SS and AC are sickle cells.
For example, if a woman with AA has sex with a man with SS, her genes can be contaminated.
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