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A 17-year-old female asked:

wen avin sex is suckin de male organ n lickin de female organ safe or it causes infection or disease?

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Dr. Warren Foster
Cardiac Electrophysiology 20 years experience
Not safe: Despite the nearly impossible pregnancy risk with oral sex, there is still a risk of sexually transmitted diseases, such as types of herpes, being spread in either direction. There are flavored condoms, even female condoms, sometimes called dental dams, that can help reduce, but not eliminate, this risk, if used properly. Monogamy, testing, and open communication can also reduce the risks.

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My daughter is 14. She has double session tryouts for soccer. That equals 4 1/2 hours of soccer a day. She has horrible blisters on her feet. Her second toe has a blister under her tonail. Her tonail is off colored now. What should we do. She has two more

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A 22-year-old female asked:

My daughter hit her nose on our glass table would she have a broken nose and it was bleeding and looks a little puffy?

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Dr. Alissa Zenack
Pediatrics 22 years experience
Looks worse : Initially, injuries to the nose may swell and bruise. Most physicians recommend waiting approx 7 days and reevaluating. If the nose still looks swollen or crooked then you should see an ent. If it looks much better then you are safe to observe.

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