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Can You Give Someone Cymadia From Oral
Throat gonorrhea: You can get gonorrhea of the throat, especially from oral sex (fellatio) on an infected man. Throat gonorrhea usually causes no symptoms, but sometimes sore throat. It can be transmitted to other partners by performing oral sex. If you have done oral on infected partner, see a doctor or clinic for testing and treatment. ...Read more
Lots of reasons: Many women do not like to give oral sex because they feel as though they are putting something that is not clean in their mouth. If you are truly embarrassed (and repulsed/turned off) then you were probably told at some point in your life that nice girls don't do that, and now you believe it, even though you can't remember being told that. A sex therapist can help, so can a supportive partner. ...Read more
I would ask the: Female involved. Urophilia is sometimes practiced during sexual interactions as a manner of showing dominance. ...Read more
It means nothing. It is just what it is. All of us get to be responsible for our own sexual choices; we can enjoy what we enjoy. Our partners can benefit from this. But, also our partners may not enjoy all that we enjoy and then negotiation or compromise can ensue.
The man you reference is normal. ...Read more
Diagnosed with hpv1 can that be transmitted through oral sex? Can I give it to partner? Should I be worried?
Is it HPV or HSV?:
Both can be transmitted through oral sex.
What would worrying do for you?
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
My wife never gives me oral sex and she doesn't like it on her. Can I do anything to change this or lost cause? No oral since honeymoon.
See a therapist: You both should go to a psychologist who specializes in sex therapy. He/she might be able to help you. ...Read more
My wife gets wet very quIckly when I gIve oral sex. Last nIght after a nIght out with her friends she could not get wet wIth oral. CheatIng?
Not necessarily: I don't think I would jump to that conclusion based on this alone. ...Read more
I get confused, many say there is a definite risk from giving oral, and others say it's theoretical and there's no documented case. Which is true?
Maybe it's all true: If a person engages in these types of fun activities, things can happen. Such a person MUST be able to handle the risks (high or low) or else will suffer from recurrent worries about having some disease from such activities. Therefore, only those who don't overthink stuff, should engage in such fun activities. The risk is there. If it is super low, there is no need to screen patients differently. ...Read more
I have a friend who has history of having multipal partners and drug use. She has history of cervical dsyplasma. Can it transmitt if she gives oral se?
Herpes HSV 2 spread.: Genital herpes hsv2 and oral herpes hsv1 can either both be in the mouth or on the gentiles. Oral sex can transmit both. Kissing can as well. Both virus are very prevalent but symptoms outbreaks for some people can be latent or nonexistent. While not having oral sex during an active outbreak may help, I suspect transmission maybe unavoidable. ...Read more
Here are some. ...: The odd for trichomonas to survive in the oropharynx should be next to zero and the chief site for its survival and multiplication is genital tract. Of course, if the concerned symptoms persist, seek timely professional evaluation & counseling. How to get the related things for good care done correctly? Follow instructions described in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wishes to you. ...Read more
What can I use to give oral sex to someone who has HPV with out passing hpv? And how effective is it?
HPV protection: Latex or polyurethane squares (sometimes called "dental dams") can be held against the vulva during oral sex to reduce the risk of transmission that way (use a glycerin-free flavored lube on both sides of the dam to increase pleasure for both partners). This is not an absolute guarantee against infection, but does help substantially. The long-term plan should by hpv vaccination for men & women. ...Read more
If a hiv+ person gives a hiv- oral sex will the hiv- person get hiv and pass it along to someone else? Help please!!!!
Help docs! I had a coldosre but I never knew that if you give someone oral while having a coldsore it will give him herpes. What do I do?
I have bad news. And, this is new information for doctors to share. First you must have a blood test to even know if the cold sores you have are actually herpes.
If you have herpes you are contagious at unpredictable times whether you have a sore or not. We now know that most people with herpes shed the virus through their skin even without an outbreak.
75% of american's have herpes type one. ...Read more
That is a: Low probability event. Uti's then to be more frequent if uncircumcised not I would not focus on this as a cause. ...Read more
Would not: Would wait till both of you have completed your course of therapy and made sure that you are cured. Thereafter speak to the doctor about the source of the infection and how to avoid getting it again. ...Read more
Contagious: Cold sores spread from person to person by close personal contact, such as kissing. Cold sores are caused by a herpes simplex virus (hsv-1) closely related to the one that causes genital herpes (hsv-2). Both of these herpes simplex viruses can affect your mouth or your genitals, and can be spread via oral sex. ...Read more
Depends: If you are absolutely sure you both are true virgins, and I mean absolutely, the risks are minimal. Remember oral problems, viruses, cold sores, etc can be transmitted to each other! ...Read more
Not possible, but...: STDs don't travel through the body. Infection occurs only at exposed sites, so there's no way you can get a genital infection from such an exposure. However, your throat can be infected by some causes of urethritis, especially gonorrhea. Both you and your partner should be avoiding sex entirely, oral or otherwise, until you both have been treated for this STD. You need both testing and treatment. ...Read more
No: The typical bacterial urinary tract infection does not transmit from a woman to a man via the man's mouth. There may be rare cases of viral, parasitic, or bacterial infections transmitted from a woman's bladder to a man's bladder, through his licking, but that would be a rare event. So, no worries. ...Read more
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so patient does not remember. ...Read more
IV yes: The prescriber should have basic exam finding or do himself before prescribing. ...Read more
Can u get HIV from guy giving u oral? I didn't give him oral! He gave me oral. Should I be worried?
Is 3rd generation rapid test conclusive at 83/84th day from a low risk sexual encounter (oral; giving and recieved)?
Yes: There is no reason for any further study. You're an adult now and it's good to get a HIV check yearly. You can get gonorrhea and other stuff from either giving or receiving this way, but the HIV risk is too low to estimate. I hope you'll cherish what happened, even though human love is never perfect, and love wisely and well from now on. ...Read more
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