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Is It Possible To Have Herpes And Have Unprotected Sex For 3 Years Before Spreading It To Your Partner
Might someone have herpes and have unprotected sex for 3 years before spreading it to your partner?
Yes indeed: This is very common. Studies show that in monogmous couples in which one has genital HSV2, who have unprotected vaginal sex 2-3 times a week, transmission occurs in about 5% of couples per year (1 in 20). It works out to about one transmission per 1,000 sexual exposures. This low rate assumes no sex during obvious outbreaks. For HSV1 from a partner's oral herpes, transmission is even rarer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There are different types of herpes infections; herpes simplex infection of mouth (gingivostomatitis) and lips (labialis) are the most common. Others include genital herpes, and herpes zoster. Herpes infection could very mild to very dangerous depending on the type and location of the body affected. I ...Read more
How likely is it to transmit gonorrhea/chlamydia to my partner in unprotected oral/anal intercourse if I have been treated a week ago? No discharge.
No negative lab,yes: If you haven't gone back to have a follow up exam and lab testing then you may still be infective. ...Read more
Is it possible to have chlamydia & un-protective sex for 9+months, and not pass it on until now. Or did my partner get it from someone else?
Probably: You should be symptomatic if you have had chlamydia for that long, although a significant number of people may be asymptomatic. If you not had sex with anyone else, then my bet would be on your partner having sex with someone else and getting infected that way. In either case, both of you should be treated as well as the other person involved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Only when there are no visible herpetic sores. ...Read more
While pregnant is it not ok to have unprotected sex and for your partner to have a orgasm inside you?
Is it ok to start treatment for chlamydia 3 days after unprotected sex with an infected partner or do I have to wait?
See provider NOW.: No, go ahead and see your medical provider now. ...Read more
Yes: Std's are certainly transmissible (that is why they are caused std's), but not everyone gets infected all the time simply by having sex with an infected person. Genital herpes for example, may be positive in one person, but the partner does not get it for years, or never gets it. The long an short of it is, you should always use precautions when having sex and use condoms if there is concern. ...Read more
Is it okay to have sex if you have mono? Can it spread to my spouse even with protection? He has had mono before also.
Is it possible to get oral hpv after 22 years Have past since I have been with the partner that gave it to me?
Very unlikely: Confusing question. Are you saying you caught genital HPV from a partner 22 years ago, and now wonder whether you could have inoculated your own mouth/throat recently? That is very unlikely, since your genital infection probably is long gone. If you wonder whether you caught oral HPV 22 years ago, it might have happened. But if so that infection probably also is long gone. ...Read more
Is it possible when getting tested for chlamydia to know how long you have had it. And which partner is the one who had it and infected the other?
No: Unfortunately the test only tells you if you have the disease or not. It does not tell you when nor who gave it to whom. ...Read more
Chlamydia is this like a std if you have sex with your spouse regular way and then he wants to have anal then back into your Virgina is this possible?
NO: You're thinking of bacterial vaginosis, which is more common with people having unprotected anal sex. Chlamydia means someone had sex with another person outside of the marriage leading to you getting chlamydia. Many men will make up crazy stories to convince wives and girl friends the STD came from something other than cheating. ...Read more
Is it possible for me (female) to have had chlamydia and not give it to one of my sexual partners ? Unprotected sex . Had previously taken flagyll
How long do I have to wait to get tested for genital herpes? It's been 7 weeks, is that enough time? The condom broke with my boyfriend who is hsv2+
Herpes simplex: If you were going to get a primary herpetic genital infection it would already have occurred. Testing will only tell you if you have previously been exposed, but will not tell you when or by whom. Some people may get the virus without developing symptoms and this is more true in women. ...Read more
If you have had several sexual partners is it possible for one of them not to contact chlamydia at all from you?
If condoms used. : Chlamydia is a ubiquitous bacterium spreading easily in sexual contact. Without barrier protection they will be passed on. ...Read more
I had the LEEP surgery for HPV, is it possible that i could be reinfected if having unprotected sex with the same partner from before ?
No, not really: Okay, if you are practicing safe sex and using condoms then yes it is very possible. However if you are having unprotected sex and your partner has chlamydia, you are gonna get it. YOU may not have symptoms that you recognize for a while - so it's actually possible that your partner has had chlamydia and so have you, but you are just now finding out. ...Read more
Oral sex is not as risky when it comes to HIV. So if I was to take PrEP for the prevention of HIV, would it be safe to have unprotected oral sex?
No, not necessarily: You are correct that unprotected sex is likely not as risky as unprotected anal or vaginal sex when it comes to HIV transmission. Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) may reduce your risk of HIV infection significantly, but not 100%. Thus, it is difficult to say with 100% confidence that it is safe to go ahead and have unprotected oral sex as there is likely still a very small chance of getting HIV. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a vaginal yeast infection if me and my partner decide to have sex using a condom is it possible for him to catch the yeast infection?
Not simple: Usually you do not "catch" yeast infection. The yeast is normally present in the intestine, in the vagina, on the skin. When something happens the existing yeast may proliferate such that their metabolism is irritating. This may occur because an antibiotic has altered the bacteria. This may occur because there is extra sugar or fermenting urine in the area. ...Read more
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