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Having Sex With Other Women
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
STD: For women to have more than one sexual partner, the umbrella of sleeping with everyone they've slept with tends to be a circus tent sized umbrella in a lot of cases. Be careful. Get information about former sexual partners. Also, jealousy in the men if they are aware of each other or get competitive/obsessive in the relationship aspect may also become problematic for the woman. ...Read more
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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
Many women have: reduced sex drive after menopause. This is related to hormonal changes that impact more on some women than others. If it has gone to zero desire, it is extreme. If this is the case there may be depression or relationship problems with the woman's current partner. Individual &/ or couple's psychotherapy can help. ...Read more
Preferences: Sexual preferences vary with the individual, are sometimes influenced by circumstances, genetics, upbringing and other factors. It does not change the value of the person. Some people love to eat asparagus, others cannot stand it. ...Read more
Cough for two weeks. Some sputum. Occasional nausea. Developed after having oral sex with someone who has had multiple sex partners. Do I have an std?
Coincidence: It is likely a coincidence that you are having these symptoms after oral sex. Typically, stds transmitted during oral sex do not result in a productive cough. More commonly, the symptoms are open sores, symptoms in the mouth, or a sore throat. Your symptoms are likely viral. Treat the symptoms, drink fluids, and get some rest. See your doctor if it doesn't get better or new symptoms appear. ...Read more
Not UTI but STD: Utis are not transmitted during sex. Uti 's after sex are result of bacteria at your urinary meatus (opening) being milked up to the bladder during sex. Bacteria then multiply in the bladder causing a uti, hence advice to urinate after sex. Your partner, indulging with other women, is at risk for std and thus placing you at risk. Perhaps you should consider finding a new partner! ...Read more
Can I have sex with other partners if I have hpv? Female having sex with other males. What will happen if HPV doesn't clear up in 2 years.
HPV: You can have sex, adviced is to use protection. Also the hardest part, be honest to your partner and tell them the truth.If in 2 years does not clear it means you are harboring the infection. What you should do is get your pap smear as recommended by your gyn. This is one of few screening tests that decreased the incidence of cervical cancer, caused most of the time by hpv infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can BV cause chlamydia? I am uncircumcised and I've had unprotected sex with girlfriend that had PV. We have no other sexual partners.
Sex is relationship!: If he has attraction to others and no performance issues, there is most likely a major problem with your relationship. The mind being the largest sex organ, attitude is most important. I would have concern that he does not really care much for you and i suggest you avoid having sex with someone like him, who appears to demonstrate significant promiscuity. Move on. I bet you deserve better. ...Read more
What is the risk associated with having sexual intercourse with someone whose ex partner was diagnosed with HPV cervical cancer?
Immediately after having unprotected sex with a new partner, I had heartburn, nausea and diarrhea, are these early symptoms of stds?
Too soon to worry: There is no STD that causes symptoms immediately upon contact with such new STD germs. Germs take time to grow and multiply... and then cause bodily damage that is experienced as signs and symptoms of an infection. Couples should talk about their STDs or lack of STDs, before doing their sexual activities. Otherwise, it's "after the fact". ...Read more
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