Doctor insights on:
Dog Lick Vagina
Of course not.: How would that even be possible?Get a more detailed answer ›
Ok this is embarassing to ask, but can you get an infection from a letting your dog lick your vagina?
Probably not: As you might imagine, there has been no research on this. But it's probably safe from an infection standpoint. Cunnilingus (oral-vaginal contact) among people very rarely transmits STDs, and dogs don't carry STDs. That said, cunnilingus may predispose some women to bacterial vaginosis. I doubt this sort of contact would to that, but nobody knows for sure. ...Read more
I've let my dog lick my vagina before. (I tried pushing her away) I washed after. Can my dog or I get an infection?
Not recommended: Mucous membranes don't have a protective (tough) layer of skin over them (such as a hand). The genital tract qualifies as a mucous membrane because it's moist. As such, it's somewhat easier for germs to pass across from the outside world. You don't know what your dog might have licked before it came near you. You did the right thing which is to wash afterwards. Luckily, overall your risks are low ...Read more
No!: Masturbating is sexual pleasure with yourself; self-pleasure; with your own fingers, toys etc. Having a dog lick your vagina is not healthy. A dog's saliva has a lot of bacteria that can make you sick. Plus it is not socially accepted to do this. Get information in a local bookstore or online on how to find healthier ways for self-pleasure! That's ok! Involving animals in sexual pleasure is not! ...Read more
A dog licked my vagina whilst I was sleeping, now i have a discharge, have had sexual health tests, nothing has come back abnormal. What can I do?
GYN exam: Probably nothing serious; however, I DO suggest a GYN exam and culture of the discahrge. ...Read more
Not: A good idea. May sustain injuries and risk of infection is high ...Read more
It is okay and it is okay for her to lick your penis.
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, if you have sex. ...Read more
Licking: Old saying- if it smells like chicken keep on licking. If it smells like fish find another dish, if it smells like cologne leave it alone. Humorous but true. If lady has infection like candidiasis or yeast, or parasite trichomoniasis(fishy odor), and some may not know caution. Older ladies get different smell — gardnerella i-necessarily bad- bacterial vaginitis. Caution if vaginal warts. Infect. ...Read more
Cunnilingus has: Been found to be good for sexual health psychologically. Physiologically it also helps to stimulate the involved organs (yours and hers) to increase blood flow. However, it is also another means of transmitting sexual diseases (such as HIV, chlamydia, herpes etc.) that you cannot protect yourself from with a condom. Be careful whom you spend your time with. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
Remove access: I agree with dr. Livingston's assessment, and suggest you remove your dog's access to your vagina. If what you wrote is correct, you may have a problem with your sexual urges called a paraphilia. Psychiatric and psychological help for this is available for the asking. ...Read more
A bad practice.: Having sexual interactions with one's dog is a very unhealthy behavior. Please stop. Yes, germs carried on your dog's tongue can be transmitted to you. ...Read more
Know your anatomy:
Potential harm to you would be oral infection of any std that your partner might have.
Potential harm to your partner could be yeast infection or other problematic change in vaginal bacteria.
Do you mean the clitoris and labia rather than the vagina? If so, then your risks are the same, but not any to her. ...Read more
Animal and diseases: You should bring this up with your family physician. Is there some other question related to this one with regard to sexual practices? ...Read more
Potentially: The technique that you are describing carries the risk of transmitting bacterial (e.g. gonorrhea) and viral infections (e.g., herpes simplex virus — genital herpes and cold sores; Human Papilloma Virus). By age 30 y/o 80 percent of American women have been exposed to the Human Papilloma Virus. This virus has been implicated in the exorbitant rise of throat cancer. ...Read more
I did a safe sex with a prostitute. But I lick her vagina it was unprotected for a fraction of seconds does that cause hiv?
I'm 8 days late for my periods, I never got so late. Fingering outer of vagina and licking his dick can cause any trouble for me? I haven't got my per
Time to study: Semen must be deposited from the penis into the vagina so that sperm may travel up to fertilize the egg released form the ovary at the time of ovulation for fertilization to occur. It is very important that you understand the basics of human reproduction before you engage in sexual activity. Spend some time reading on this subject so that you and your boyfriend can make informed decisions ...Read more
Not really: That stuff is basically safe sex. Foot-licking should be 100% safe. There's a remote risk of gonorrhea being carried on a finger to a vulnerable area, notably your eye. Life's a matter of weighing risks over benefits. Truth be told, A.Y., I'm glad you've made a choice to love safely for now, and I hope you'll save the very best for that one special night with that one special woman. Cheers. ...Read more
There is 1 reddish blood like bump on my vagina. I squeeze & pull it off. It bleed a little & disappear. Is that genital herpes? My hubby lick 2 day ago
Need an exam: Genital bumps and lesions are really difficult to diagnose without seeing them. Although most are benign, it's worth seeing a gynecologist to be sure that it's not herpes or some other condition. It's best to see the doctor when the lesion is most obvious, and don't pick it! ...Read more