Chlamydia, syphilis and gonorrhoea (oh my!) are all on the rise in the age group, with cases tripling in the past decade.
"When it comes to forgetting about safe sex we always think of the vulnerability of young people," explains Dr. Charlotte Jones, the chair of the British Medical Association's General Practitioners Committee.
"But there's the Fifty Shades of Grey effect where older people are being more explorative, but not necessarily remembering to use a condom."
The 'mummy porn' book has sold over 100 million copies to date, and the first instalment of the film trilogy set for release in 2015.
This is not the only way you can catch something from Fifty Shades. A Belgium library did an experiment last year testing their hardback copies of the books, and found traces of herpes virus and cocaine on them.
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