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Dating Someone With An Std
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
Learn the prodrome: Many individuals with genital herpes have prodromal symptoms that let them know an outbreak is coming. It is important to know that lesions, especially if draining, are contagious. Most patients with herpes avoid sexual activity during their outbreaks. If outbreaks are frequent, suppressive medication can be helpful. The use of condoms can decrease transmission rate. ...Read more
Everyone else is...: Your question suggests that genital herpes (hsv-2) is the issue. However, would you have an issue with a person with a cold sore (hsv-1)? Believe it or not, there are 8 types of humans herpes viruses that can cause disease. By the time a person reaches adulthood in the US, greater than 75% have herpes. ...Read more
Is it possible for hsv-1(herpes 1)to show symptoms such as genital sores without prior contact with an infected individual by sexual intercourse? How?
Herpes 101 continued: Hsv 1 is the most prevalent herpes virus. It infects about 75% of americans. It is mostly transmitted during childhood from family member to family member. It is not usually transmitted sexually. 90% of people infected never have sores or outbreaks and without the blood test do not know they are infected. Herpes is spread skin to skin or saliva to skin usually. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
STD: It depends on what STD it is and if the partner has the STD actively and what type of sexual relation occurs. It may not be passed every time. For instance if one partner has Herpes and has no active lesions it may not be passed. If one finds out a sexual partner has a STD it is always best to be tested or treated. ...Read more
Not really, but...: The direct answer is no: if neither partner is infected, nothing can be transmitted to the other one. However, normal bacteria in the rectum can infect a man's urethra, causing discharge and painful urination like gonorrhea or nongonococcal urethritis (NGU). Also, minor injury to the anus or rectum can cause symptoms similar to those of some STDs. ...Read more
Of course.: Not do do so is immoral and puts a partner at risk! ...Read more
No: For you to acquire infection from someone, they have to be infected. Infections are caused by tiny living organisms, usually viruses or bacteria that are living in the body. If the person isn't infected those creatures are not present so can't be transferred to you. But there are other infections besides HIV and there's also no way to know for sure your that partner is not infected. Use protection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctor please can a man who is HIV positive get marriage with non infected woman or infected woman and give birth to a child who is HIV negative?
HIV : Yes. Absolutely. Even in nigeria the medical specialist know how to assist you in this situation. There are almost no babies being born any more with hiv. The male being on HIV medications and having the virus be suppressed fully will help you get to this miracle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can an uninfected person transmit hepatitis b, c. That is someone with no hepatitis and transfers it to someone by sexual relation (vaginal or anal).?
Can an uninfected person transmit hepatitis b, c. That is someone with no hepatitis and transfers it to someone by sexual relation (vaginal or anal)?
No: Any uninflected person cannot transmit disease, obviously as he does not harbor the disease. ...Read more
Can an uninfected person transmit hepatitis a , b, c. That is someone with no hepatitis and transfers it to someone by sexual relation.?
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