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Fried Rice Disease 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
Asymptomatic - yes: If you are asking if you can contract a std from someone who is not currently symptomatic _ yes! ...Read more
Can't tell: I have no answer for that. Would just be guessing. ...Read more
From a medical perspective, is it enough to ask new partner about prior STD testing, or must both partners get new complete 11-disease STD panels?
Ideally, yes, but...: The world or environment is not perfect. Even so, there is still no guaranty since internal environments of individuals widely vary from time to time along their path of life. So, delving into some understanding of life reality could immensely help as detailed in articles in Beasics for Life Reality. In http://formefirst. Com/onLifeBasics. Html. More? Seek counseling timely. ...Read more
Can you get diseases like std's from someones sweat? I was in dance class and I was partners with a guy drenched in sweat. He got me wet! Will I b ok?
You will be okay: There is no chance of contracting an std from someone's sweat. ...Read more
Male & female: Chlamydia:Painful urination, low abdominal pain, discharge from urethra in men & vagina in women, Pain with intercourse in Fs &in testis in Ms. Gonorrhea: Pus-like or blood discharge from vagina or penis, pain w urination, Abn menses, painful swollen testes or BMs.Trichomonas: similar + strong vaginal odor. HIV: none at first then flu like, fatigue, rash & swollen glands, later night sweats, fatigue ...Read more
Depends on situation: No exposures=no disease, some exposure, some risk. More or unlimited exposure with increasing number of partners means an unlimited number of risks. Risks between two monogamous partners with no outside exposure, ever, approaches zero. ...Read more
No: Only get it if involved with someone that is infected. The best solution is to be monogamous. ...Read more
Technically...: If you know neither partner has any of the transmissible diseases, then no. However, there are many potential options, so if concerned, should be examined and tested. May be unrelated issue. ...Read more
Depends on which TSD: There're quite a few STDs and each equires different medications/regimens. For example, herpes: valcyclovir/acyclovir/famcyclovir etc...Chlamydia: doxycycline/azithromycin/ampicillin/erythromycin etc. Syphillis: still the good old penicillin. Trichomonas: metronidazole. Gonorrhea: doxy/azithromycin/ceftriaxone. Hiv: this is very complicated--to scary for me. Consult doc 4 your concerns. Good luck. ...Read more
I am wondering can you get a STD or a sexual transmitted disease by going to the restroom or to the bathroom?
Can a female get std while not being sexually active for 19 years and having no such disease prior to that? Thanks
No: If you didn't have even a latent infection and have had no sexual activity at all you can't get a sexually transmitted disease. However, there are sexually transmissible diseases such as herpes or HIV which can also be transmitted in ways other than sexually which can still occur. Hope this answers your question ...Read more
How can blood be contageous when it dries and you clean it I thought all STDs and disease are dead from sitting out for awhile?
Because it is: Blood born STD's include the hepatitis B virus, that has been shown to remain potentially infectious for more than 6 months. Only a minute blood particle is needed to for transfer. Persons acquiring Heb B from a needle stick cleaning out an abandoned crack house learned the hard way. Each germ has its own limit if present in dried blood, but all body fluids should be considered a potential threat. ...Read more
My boyfriend has hard lumps on pentil shaft and they puss when you squeeze them we are both clean of stds and other sexual transmitted diseases?
Pimples? Cysts?: The good news is that no STD is a likely cause of such symptoms. Herpes of course can cause penile skin lesions, but these sound more like ordinary pimples. Or perhaps he has sebaceous cysts that periodically get infected. He should see a doctor for exam and diagnosis. But most likely this isn't anything serioius. ...Read more
Once body dies is it possible to transmit stds or disease? Curious about death and how it works and why do cells turn yellow watching mortician videos
Depends on germs: When the heart stops beating, various cells of the body begin to die (undergo self-digestion or autolysis) within minutes or hours depending on their sensitivity to oxygen (blood) deprivation. Viruses live only inside live cells but bacteria, fungi and parasites thrive on dead tissues ...Read more
Few ideas: 1. Practice chastity. 2. Or practice monogamy with one safe partner. 3. Use a male or female condom (not 100%) ...Read more
Yes: It would help minimize the risk.Get a more detailed answer ›
How can I figure out that the person with whom I perform sex is not having STD or other contagious disease?
Ask: You must ask and hope that they are telling the truth. Verifying information from other sources can help too. The surest way is to get tested yourself. ...Read more
Can I get an std or a deadly disease from a papercut. I helped a homeless man move items and I touched a towel, please help me cam my nerves?
No paper cut will not do it
unless it gets infected with serious infection ...Read more
Can someone carry STD (gono) without testing for the disease I also tested negative howver, I had the symptoms of gorno and the medicine cleared it up. Is it possible my girlfriend is a carrier and can still pass the germs howver weaken they are
Gonorrhea does not have a carrier state. A test always has the possibility of giving a false negative result. This is something to consider. Also you may have had another type of infection that was treated with the antibiotics you were given.
Please use condoms to protect yourself in the future. ...Read more
Sometimes: You could have a sore from trauma (e.g. Getting it caught in your zipper), a bug bite, a bacterial infection, or other less common conditions such as bechet's, reiter's syndrome and others. But a sore on the penis is an std until proven otherwise. Get it checked out. And remember that a syphilitic sore will get better on its own, but you still have syphilis. ...Read more
No: Interstitial cystitis is an inflammatory condition wherein the bladder is deficient in a 'slime layer' that protects the lining from irritating substances in the urine. Almost like a 'diaper rash' on the inside. It can be managed and treated with dietary changes, oral medications and sometimes infusions of medicine into the bladder. ...Read more