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Your : Your symptoms could be any one of a number of things including a yeast infection, bacterial vaginosis, trichamonas, chlamydia, gonorrhea, or some other infection. You need a complete gyne exam with cultures and examination of your vaginal fluid under a microscope. By doing all of this, hopefully your doctor will figure out what is causing your symptoms and be able to treat you appropriately. Good luck! ...Read more
Hormones?: I am not exactly sure of your question, but if weak means low desire, difficulty getting erections, etc., it may be low testosterone. If you mean that your erection is not firm, that could be from several health issues, including high blood pressure and diabetes. Some meds also affect erections and sex drive. You sould see your doctor for a full evaluation and lab work. ...Read more
Anal sex is not safe: Anal sex is not safe at anytime. This type of sex can lead to the spread of HIV and other serious venereal diseases. Anal sex is also associated with infections & physical damage to the anus, Anal sex may also be a cause of anal and cervical cancer due to it's association with infection with the human papillomavirus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I m .24 virgin guy . A female married lady interested in having oral sex with me. Any chances i may get std?
I m 26 yr newly married male and during sex with my partner I had no ejaculation during intercourse and don't felt any pleasure..Is it abnormal?
Happened before?: Has this happened to you before? Have you slowly lost sexual energy and ability to have orgasm? Or has it just happened once? There are many factors that affect sexual function in men, but from the physical standpoint we look at your hormone levels for information. Get your testosterone checked and see a doctor who may help you determine the next step. ...Read more
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. This way you can get the best treatment. ...Read more
Male here. Had unprotected oral sex with new gf. She had sex partners before; I haven't. Her STD status unknown. I'm scared of STDs! Advice?
Some thoughts...: How is a guy who fears STD's going to manage sexual activities with a new girl who's had other partners? Possible choices: do not engage in sexual activities until after the wedding (yes, it is normal not to have premarital sexual activities); go with her to her doctor to get her checked and to review test results; have sex, be scared, but get oneself checked each month for 4 consecutive months. ...Read more
3/16/14unprotected sex with 1guy. 3/20 sex with other man unprotected. 3/17took levonogestrel. Previous menstuation 1/31 & 3/4/14..Who fatheredmychild?
Orgasm: I suggest you make an appointment with a Psychologist. He/she will determine what care you need and what other specialist(s) you might also need to see. Do not put this off too long! ...Read more
Not abnormal: This is not considered abnormal from a health or psychiatric perspective, though i suppose normal boundaries are that we really dont want to know too much about our adult parents or adult children's sexual behaviors. ...Read more
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Hsv2+.Outbreak 3 mo into unprotected sex w/partner.Had no sex relations 5 yrs prior. Ex penetrated once briefly w/condom. Both men Neg.How'd I get it?
It's unlikely: that you have had herpes prior to being with this new partner last 3 months, as you would have had at least one outbreak when you first got it. The key is unprotected intercourse, though it's been known to happen even with condoms on. Regardless of how your partner reacts to this news, it is hard to pin this on anyone else. You can be sure that both of you have it now though... ...Read more
HIV: Yes. Of course. The virus does not know gender. Now. In general lesbians are at low risk for HIV given the most common ways they interact intimately. But, if their practices include significant exposure to bodily fluids and blood to blood possibilities with sexual gadgets and such then yes if one is infected they could be contagious. ...Read more
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