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Had UTI and took pills and it clear up. A few weeks later I had sores on my privates. Then I had a sore throat and sore in my mouth. STD test is neg?
Genital herpes?: Genital herpes is the most common cause of genital sores, perhaps with simultaneous oral herpes. Other STDs, e.g. syphilis. Some non-STD viral infections and certain kinds of dermatitis can do it, especially if also skin rash elsewhere. Yeast infection from the prior antibiotic, but pretty late for that. See doc ASAP -- the sooner the better for accurate diagnosis and most effective treatment. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
During a charity project, I touched a damp towel and did not wash my hands, I might have touched my mouth afterwards, any std risk? Or other disease?
Okay unless...: For average persons, what you did should not contract and develop infection or STD as long as natural barriers - skin & mucosa are not broken and humoral immune ability is adequately at work. In fact, exposure to infective agent does not mean contracting it and contracting it does not mean to develop its related infection. More? Ask doctor timely. ...Read more
This is a difficult question with a variety of symptoms. Symptoms can be of a strep infection also. But gonococal conjunctivitis, pharyngitis can also give all these symptoms.
Should have your throat and eyes cultured asap. The attached picture is of std gonocacal conjunctivitis. ...Read more
Yes: Oral blistering could be a symptom of a sexually transmitted disease. If you have diagnosed your blistering, it is time now to reflect on your sexual activity and behavior. How much, how recent, unprotected, different partners? All are important. Go get tested. If it is an std, you must tell all of your partners so behavior can be adjusted and stop the spread of std's. ...Read more
What is the difference between an open and closed sore inside the mouth when dealing with STD prevention?
I have had oral sex with prostitutes. I have no sypmtoms of an std. If I have no symptoms, will I be ok? Is penis to mouth low risk for stds?
Tough to say: If you have open sores etc, you could be at risk. The act itself brings the prostitutes saliva in contact with your urethral meatus (opening at the end of your penis). That being said, you still may be ok, but this behavior will just drive you crazy and make you think like you are now. Get a full std panel to be safe and know for sure. ...Read more
A cashier put the top of a Xmas box in his mouth! If he has STD, Hep. A, B, C, D, E, AIDS&contagious diseases, can I get them if my hand (with cuts)touch box?
No: Not that easy, you still have natural defenses and intact intact immune system (immune competent). Enjoy your Life ...Read more
Tested neg for stds. Last night had oral sex with ex boyfriend. Less than 24hrs later have ulcer on roof of mouth. Too early for std? Scratch maybe?
Observation: The average incubation period after exposure for the first time is 4 days (range, 2 to 12 days). Reactivation of dormant lesions after prior exposure may be sooner. The vesicles break and leave painful ulcers that may take two to four weeks to heal. If persisted or worsened, see your PCP. ...Read more
I have a sore throat and red bumps in the top of my mouth. I have no stds, I just have never had red bumps before. What's wrong?
Insufficent informat: It would not be wise to make a diagnosis from the information provided. If the signs and symptoms have persisted more than a couple of days, you should see your doctor. ...Read more
What STDs can you transfer by mouth and or saliva I want to know what dieases you can get by mouth?
Nearly all: Most std's can be transmitted via oral routes. Some have higher virulence (catch-ability) than others. If you think you've come in contact then get tested or if you currently have one please be honest with anyone you may be intimate with. Visiting a doctor can be the quickest way to get the answers you desire. ...Read more
I gave oral to a guy about ten days ago. I woke up this morning with my mouth being dry and my that feeling weird. Do you think I have an std?
Don't know: There is no way to tell without examining your throat. If there are lesions around your mouth or inside then an MD examine can tell you. ...Read more
Mucocele: No STD causes anything like this. Clear bumps in the mouth that clear rapidly are mucoceles. It's not abnormal, just temporary blockage of a mucus secreting gland. Don't worry about it. ...Read more
Your question is a great one. Yes indeed you can contract an STD from having oral sex. In my practice I have treated oral Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis and Herpes. This is why we recommend oral sex with condoms or a dental damn. There should always be a barrier between you and a potential STD!
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Seek care: If you are not sure. Seek professional care. The sooner the better. ...Read more
I have small painless clusters of bumps in the corners of my mouth. I've been tested for stds, came up clean. What could it be?
Several: HPV has been associated with cancers of the throat and the herpes virus can be transmitted sexually and can cause fever blisters/cold sores. Non-viral stds can also cause tonsilitis and sore throats (GC is probably the one that causes this most frequently). HIV can also be transmitted orally but causes a more systemic problem. ...Read more
Possible: It's certainly possible but, if he does, it not likely that it was caused by this encounter. Herpes can be transmitted from cold sores to the genital area and it is possible to have GC of the throat and transmit it by oral sex but these are not the most common methods of transmission. ...Read more
What STDs can one contract from giving skin-to-skin oral sex to a male without having the male ejaculate in their mouth?
Complex: If there is no ejaculation and semen containing virus does not hit the tonsils or posterior pharynx HIV transmission is not likely. Herpes, gonorrhea, chlamydia and other organisms can be present in pre-ejaculatory secretions, and are often killed by enzymes in saliva, but perhaps not. If there is any question in your mind, get tested and use condoms in the future. Good luck. ...Read more
2 days ago, a female do oral sex for me. I do not eject in her mouth. In this case, have I got HIV risk and other stds? Thank so much
I have these white bumps and small streaks that appear on the inside of my mouth, specifically on the interior of the cheeks. What is it? Std? Help!
Needs evaluation: It could be cold sores. Sometimes people only get them on the inside of the lip or cheek. Only way to know for sure is have your doc look at them. ...Read more
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
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