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Are Men That Are Uncircumsized More Liable To Give A Girl A Bladder Infection
Possibly: However this is only likely with poor genital hygiene. Hygiene is a little more difficult (but by no means difficult) for uncircumsized men. Try to urinate immediately after intercourse. ...Read more
The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more
Circumcision: It is mixed. It depends on the community you live in, your religion, the country you reside in and such. There are advocates on both sides of this issue. We do not use the word 'popular' in medicine, but it is common for both choices. ...Read more
I would like to learn more about prostate infection in younger men 25-30 yrs old and if a simple prostate infection can be heal with antibiotics?
Prostatitis: Acute bacterial prostatitis can occur at any age after puberty. While it is usually an autologous infection (from your own body's normal bacteria) it can be from std organisms. Since cultures can't be easily obtained from the prostate, younger sexually active men at risk of std are usually treated with oral antibiotics which also cover clamydia and other std organisms as well. ...Read more
Maybe, and may not..: Dysuria suggests the oversnesitivity of urethral lining from mechanical or chemical stimulation including uti. So, record the quality and quantity of all symptoms with their sequence of events and bring them to see your doctor who usually can address your concern properly after a good history, adequate physical exam with inspection and palpation plus ua with/without additional tests... Best wish. ...Read more
Yes: To a small extent, yes. A large penis is often not as rigid as a smaller one when erect. See, you have something to be thankful for after all. ...Read more
What causes vaginal boils can to much sex cause these if you are having sex with a male with a larger penis than you are use to
Doctor can evaluate: A doctor can evaluate to see if the boils are std infections that need medical treatment. Otherwise, small pimples and pustules in the pubic and genital areas that increase after an increase in sexual activity may be due to "poor technique" that causes too much skin-to-skin friction and abrasions, hurting the hair follicles. It's unrelated to penis size or quantity of sex, if using good technique. ...Read more
Hard to answer: Some studies have shown that 50% of uncircumcised men will seek medical attention secondary to problem with their foreskin. Recent studies have shown a decreased risk of sexual transmitted disease in circumcised men, albeit a small decrease and is more important to a population then the individual. Critics of routine circumcision claim this causes reduced sensation during sexual intercourse. ...Read more
I am dating a diabetic and we are sexually active is it possible to get a yeast infection because of his sickness?
No!: Absolutely, positively no...Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends: Generally it is considered easier for a woman to be infected with most std's than it is for a male - however, it may depend to some extent on which std is being transmitted. Herpes would probably be about equal. Hpv , trichomomas, and chlamydia may be easier for a woman to contract. ...Read more
How common is prostatis in someone under 30 and is there a bigger chance they are cured at a younger age?
Is it possible for a female to get an STD in her urinary tract only (negative vaginal STD test) and appear to be a recurrent uti?
Can a man be faithful to one woman only? do the brain of a man commit or its not in there nature, how is it easier for a woman to commit than a man?
Wrong Forum: Health Tap is not in any way an appropriate place to debate or display our myths and prejudices about gender and sexuality. ...Read more
Yes, for some STDs: Recent evidence has supported the facts that uncircumcised makes have be more prone to hpv rates as well as, in developing countries with high HIV rates, HIV as well. It is not really associated with other stds (chlamydia/gonorrhea). Also, though not an std, partners of uncirc males may be more prone to a vaginal condition called bv. It's important for the make to have good foreskin hygiene. ...Read more
Is it true 11mth uncircumsied boys are very unlikely to get uti's, yeast and bacteria infections? Can you get it with only a cream coloured discharge?
See below: Circumcised infants are less likely to develop urinary tract infections (utis), especially in the first year of life. Utis are about 10 times more common in uncircumcised males than circumcised infants. However, even with this increased risk of uti, only 1% or less of uncircumcised males will be affected. The cream colored discharge is smegma-normal skin cells/secretions from glans. ...Read more
Are the chances high for a man to develop thrush after giving oral sex to a woman with a yeast infection??
Very low chance: Thrush in a woman usually develops because of an underlying issue in the woman - if she has been on antibiotics or has a predisposition to vaginal yeast infection. It would be unlikely for a man to get oral thrush by cunilingus unless he too had a reason for getting it like immunosuppression or otherwise but then again it would be most unlikely to transmit it this way. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a man get an std from oral sex if a person has the infection in there mouth and pass it to their penis HELP PLEASE?
Yes, mostly low risk: Low risk for most STDs, much lower than vaginal or anal sex, zero risk for some. HIV no risk; cases have been susepcted but none proved. Main risks are gonorrhea, nongonococcal urethritis, and herpes due to HSV1. Syphilis possible, mostly in MSM. Little risk for HPV, HSV2 or viral hepatitis. If exposed or symptoms (penile discharge or sore) both partners need to be examined and tested. ...Read more
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more
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