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Is It Possible To Contract Chylmedia Without Cheating
If somebody has genital herpes is it possible to have protected sex and not transfer it to someone without it?? Or best not to risk it.
Unclear question: If you are asking if one can get HIV from other than sexual contacts, the answer is yes; for example, by sharing needles for IV drug use. If you are asking if you can get HIV from protected sex with no exchange or contact with body fluids, it is highly unlikely. If I have not answered your question, please ask it more clearly. ...Read more
Is it true that it is less likely to contract HIV through vaginal enter course if you've never had an STD or sti?
Probably not: Chlamydia is typically transferred via sexual contact of the genitals, not mouth to mouth. That said, if you have an active chlamydial infection, you should probably refrain from any intimate contact until you have completed your treatment course and cure has been verified by your doctor. ...Read more
Difficult to say: What will put you at risk with oral sex is if you have any open cuts or sores in your mouth. Keep in mind brushing your teeth and flossing cause microscopic abrasions and cuts. Now having said this..Its difficult to quantitate this type of exposure. No one can give you a specific % really. The risk is certainly lower than vaginal or anal. ...Read more
No : It is a contagious disease.Get a more detailed answer ›
I asked once but to make sure, herpes 2 no matter when contracted, even recently, is not likely to be passed to you baby through c-section right?
Correct: If you contracted herpes while pregnant, your child can have neonatal herpes passed through the placenta. However, if the infection is old, this will not happen. You can pass herpes to the child through the vaginal canal. Since a c-section avoids the vaginal canal, you cannot pass the herpes 2 virus via a c-section. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes, but uncommon: Chlamydial proctitis, which involves inflammation of the distal rectal mucosa, is relatively uncommon and occurs nearly exclusively in men who have sex with men who have had receptive anal intercourse. Women can experience rectal infection with chlamydia, but they are typically asymptomatic and do not have long-term sequelae. ...Read more
STD and Oral Sex: The answer in general is yes. But, it may be more about who your partner is. Performing fellatio on a female's genitals is unlikely to give you any std (except for herpes if they have the virus on the skin you are exploring). But, if the partner is a man, then yes your throat could be at risk for gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis and HIV if these bugs are living in their semen or urethra. ...Read more
HIV Exposure: Yes. To be exposed to the HIV virus one must come in contact with bodily fluid and/or blood carrying the virus or the dna of the virus. Most HIV positive people in our country who have access to health care now adays will be on HIV medications that suppress the virus and keep it quiet. These HIV positive individuals are thus less likely to be contagious. There are other stds! ...Read more
No: No - it is not transmitted through the air. ...Read more
No: Not even if you get a "happy ending". Blood or semen needs to forced into your own tissues. In fact, massage / noninsertive sex is a great way to get the emotional satisfaction without the risk, and doing this actively / passively / mutually will expand your repertoire and make you a better lover overall. Hoping you eventually find that one special safe person for a lifetime. Best wishes. ...Read more
This is a definite : Risk. You can develop chlamydia in the pharynx from oral-genital contact. ...Read more
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