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Do Any St Ds Have Inflamed Bleeding Gums As A Symptom Or Is This From Oral Sex
I has unprotected oral sex, but did not cummed in my mouth, it was a little bit. I have bleeding gum. I'm worried about std?
Can you get std's in your mouth that cause symptoms of inflamed sore gums that bleed constantly and receed from your teeth? Only started after oral.
Possible: When we speak of std's we are referring to chlamydia, syphilis, gonorrhea, & hiv. Oral sex may result in sore throat which affects the nasopharynx. Any one of these diseases can produce symptoms of irritation associated with bacterial or viral infection. Bleeding gums are a sign of gingivitis or periodontitis which is in itself a low grade infection. You should be tested for std's. ...Read more
Bleeding gums and bad breath other than bad oral hygiene can be a sign of what? And what can you do to cure/relieve such symptoms?
Sinus, stomach, preg: Bleeding gums can occur along with swelling if there are hormonal changes as in pregnancy or possibly birth controll medication or just hormonal therapy. Bad breath usually if not a dental hygiene problem is due to digestive system problems, or sinus problems. See your dentist and you can work together to solve the problem. ...Read more
Had protected vaginal sex and unprotected oral sex with a girl who was bleeding, do I need to do any checkups? If so for which STDs and when to do it?
STD Testing is good: The fact that she was bleeding probably has no impact on your risk of infection. Ideally, both of you would be vaccinated for HPV and get STD testing prior to sex, but if you do not know her status, then I would recommend Gonorrhea and Chlamydia testing of your throat, 2 weeks post exposure. Also blood testing for HIV, Hepatitis B and C, at least 6 wks after exposure, and again at 6 months. ...Read more
Oral sex was given to me fri rough and today when I used the restroom I seen that my clit. Is swollen, light bleeding and burns to pee. Std? Roughness?
All of the above: This could be mechanical irritation or inflammation from oral sex, or possibly a urinary tract infection. Not clear exactly what the timing is between oral sex and when the symptoms appeared but it seems a bit early to be std (although it could be). If this persists, you need to have it checked out. ...Read more
Absolutely: Bleeding, swollen and throbbing gums can be a sign that you are at risk for, or already have, advanced gum disease. Untreated gingivitis or tooth infection can lead to the bone graft loss and other health problems. See your dentist ASAP because the sooner you treat it the better the outcome. ...Read more
Start at gen dentist: Go to a general dentist first. He/she along with the hygienist can likely treat this problem. Sounds like gingivitis or other form of periodontitis. Go to the dentist for a full exam and diagnosis, and the dentist will send you on the right path for treatment in his clinic or a specialist. ...Read more
Bleeding gums can be a sign that you are at risk for, or already have, gum disease. The bacteria and other particles, constantly form a sticky, colorless toxic “plaque” on teeth causing the gums to become inflamed and to easily bleed. This is a serious problem, which should be checked by a dentist. The good news is that this condition is curable. Call your dentist today!
If I have frequent bleeding gums and gave oral to a guy with possible HIV, how high are my risk, if my gums weren't bleeding? Should I be worried?
Halitosis: See a dentist to rule out all dental causes and a physician, if necessary, to rule out all medical causes. The cause (s) will determine the treatment and prevention. ...Read more
NO: Hiv causes immune deficiency and actually since the body lacking the immune cells, the host reaction is less. There will be bleeding gum with minimal inflammation but severe bone loss. Thus the destruction comes with less signs and symptom. Linear erythema, a red line along the gingival crest, occurs with less plaque and calculus deposition. Consult with your dentist. ...Read more
Can a child have symptoms such as easy bruising sore bleeding gums new onset of frequent nosebleeds before blood counts are off on a finger prick test?
More info is needed: Having easy bruising, nosebleeds, and bleeding gums are major issues which raise red flags to a hematologist-oncologist. Your child needs to be carefully examined. Blood counts should be done again even if the last numbers were normal, please have your child seen as soon as possible--today if bleeding currently. ...Read more
My symptoms pain in muscles, nose bleeds, pain above hip, tiredness, fevers, sore throat, dizziness, gum bleeding, bruising, what do I have? In 13
Bleeding disorder: It apears you have a bleeding disorder. .. U need to get checked with blood clotting factor studies. ...Read more
What disease could cause the following symptoms: bleeding gums, loose teeth, painful and swollen joints?
Vitamin C deficiency: The symptoms you described are classic symptoms of vitamin c deficiency (scurvy). The symptoms in part or in whole could be secondary to a number of medical problems. Without more clinical information a more specific response is not possible. ...Read more
Had sex on the last day of my period, one week later I have nausea and bleeding gums, could I be pregnant?
See your obgyn: You need more time to develop pregnancy gingivitis that causes bleeding gums. See your doctor. ...Read more
I'm worried I have symptoms of leukaemia. I have bruises all over, fatigue, nausea, bleeding gums and dizzy. Been like this for 10 days, any help?
Simple solution here: Please share your concern with your doctor, who can perform a few simple blood tests for your reassurance. ...Read more
Possible Gingivitis: Bleeding gums is mostly caused by plaque or tar accumulation which can be removed by a professional dental cleaning (every 3 to 6 months) and prevented by improving home oral hygiene. Faulty restorations/ fillings/ crowns can irritate the gums. Diet also can play a role. Certain medications and during pregnancy (hormone changes in the body) can also result in bleeding and enlarged gums. ...Read more
See a dentist: Evan mildly bleeding gums with brushing can indicate a disease call periodontitis, which left untreated can lead to tooth loss. It may be other things as well, but gum disease is by far the most common. I would recommend seeing a dentist as it will probably get worse until you do. ...Read more
Yes: Gum bleeding is the first sign of gingival inflammation and can be eliminated by thorough brushing of the area. If the bleeding gum is due to food impaction, i.e. Food get caught in the area, check with your dentist to close any open contact between the teeth to eliminate food impaction concern. Good oral hygiene follow through will ensure the healthy, none-bleeding gums. ...Read more
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