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Folliculitis Safe To Have Sex
Anal Sex: Common: Yes. Simple as that. Now the particulars. This common sexual activity is used world wide to one, avoid pregnancy, and two as part of a sexual life between partners of all sexual persuasions. The joy of sex and the joy of gay sex are two books that you may want to read to get some idea on how to accomplish this sexual act. Please do not forget that there are stds and anal sex is one area common. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Couples often worry about having sex during pregnancy. They may be afraid that having sex could cause a miscarriage or harm the baby. It is best to talk to your doctor or nurse midwife about your specific situation to make sure you are considered at low risk for complications such a ...Read more
Yes and no: It's a tricky question. If you are with one trusted partner and it causes no discomfort to you and her and it is consensual on both sides and brings pleasure to both of you, then - yes. If the above are compromised, then it may not be unsafe for you or your partner and may not be nearly as pleasant. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Use protection: The risk of contracting from an infected partner depends on a number of factors, including type of sex, anal, vaginal, or oral (in decreasing order of risk, but all carry risk). Transmission can occur with one exposure, and there are biological factors that increase risk (other STDs, viral load, and inflammation, just to name a few). Condoms are not 100%, but they are highly effective. Take care ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not recommended.: Pregnancy leads to an increase in the venous pressure around the rectum, which is why many women get hemorrhoids. Anal sex can irritate that, leading to more hemorrhoids or a rectal fissure. Also, anal sex can lead to a release of bacteria in the bloodstream which could cause preterm labor. If you are considering this after pelvic rest for cervical bleeding or previa, it's not a safe alternative. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No illness risk: Neither you nor your partner will have a risk of disease from the PMS, but sexually transmitted disease and pregnancy require a condom to protect you from those risks. It's actually a fairly good chance for pregnancy depending on your cycle. Be careful - use protection but don't fear the PMS. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Misinformed?: If using protection that covers the infected area you don't have to wait. But the more important thing here is that having sores does not in any way correlate to contagiousness. Everything about herpes changed five years ago when we learned that herpes viral shedding is not predictable and has no correlation to outbreaks. You are just as contagious without a sore as you may be with a sore. ...Read more
No: I am not exactly sure what you mean by safe, but sex while you have a yeast infection may exacerbate the infection. The spermicide on condoms will not do much about the yeast, but it will kill some of the normal vaginal bacteria so that will make the vagina even more inviting for yeast. ...Read more
Is it possible to get chlamydia from switching from anal to vaginal sex when both partners have never had sex with any other individuals?
?Question?: Not quite sure what you are asking, but if you are on steroids (prednisone) it is safe to have intercourse, and if you are using steroid creams near/around the vagina, it is also safe to have intercourse, assuming you are not taking the creams for some rash that may get irritated from the contact/friction of having sex. ...Read more
Low: But how safe is safe? In truth, the safest way is abstinence and no kissing. Safe sex only works if it is practiced 100% of the time. There are varying definitions of what safe sex means. Condoms alone are about 85-95 percent effective. A good article is here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safe_sex ...Read more
I want to have sex with a girl but afraid of stds.other then getting tested together.how can two girls have safe sex in case something happens b4?
Check for BV: In general, STDs are less commonly spread between lesbian women than in hetersexual couples. The standard STD tests are very accurate, so no worries about those (chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphiilis, HIV). But you should both also be tested for bacterial vaginosis, if that hasn't been done. Although BV isn't usually considered an STD, usually transmitted between women if either partner has it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible for someone to have anal sex vaginal sex and oral sex and get herpes only in one area?
Get it in all 3 area: Getting oral herpes does not immunize one from getting it elsewhere in the body. It is good practice to have protected sex or to not interact sexually or even kiss someone with an active cold sore. Let the sore heal and the scab disappear before having "fun!". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How do you have sex without getting stds? The only way you could do it safely is abstain from sex or use condom during oral sex!?
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