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Multiple Sexual Partner
It means having: Sexual intercourse with more than one person over a period of time (not at once). That question refers to whether you are in a monogamous relationship, abstinent, or have more than one sexual partner that you are not in a monogamous relationship with. Its used a s a risk gauge for certain things. ...Read more
I like to lick women a lot, and am wondering if i cn contract HIV through tht. I hve multiple sexual partners but always protect myself.
Is it possible for you to get aids from having multiple sexual partners and none of them are infected?
STDS: Five stds are potentially deadly, not just hiv. I try in my practice to have frank, open and honest conversations with my patients about the risks of stds. I want them to know which ones are of higher risk; which ones have a vaccine for; and how often to test when one is sexually active. Stds can, in general, be avoided with vaccinations and condoms. I feel that all sexual beings must know this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have an active sexual life and have multiple sexual partners. Is there a discreet way to get tested for stds?
Perhaps: Some state health services offer anonymous testing for hiv. If you see a physician and you have hiv, your physician may feel obligated to inform your sexual partners that they have had sex with someone who is HIV positive, but they are not allowed to name who that is. It's very important, though, to be tested for all std's for your health and for the health of your partners. Please use condoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
How is it possible that heterosexual males have more sexual partners than females--start younger, do it more, or hang in older?
Not possible: This is hilarious. It's not possible. Either men are lying and saying they have more partners or women are lying and saying they have fewer partners. This article explores the discrepancy: http://www.Nytimes.Com/2007/08/12/weekinreview/12kolata.Html. One explanation is that maybe some of the mens partners are imaginary. ...Read more
Will sexual partners be able to tell that i've had butt augmentation? Will my butt feel normal, or will sexual partners be able to tell by feel that i've had butt augmentation.
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To avoid a label: Some people feel that a woman that has had more than 1 sexual partner is sexually promiscuous, aka a "slut". Furthermore, some people think that a sexually inexperienced woman would make a better sexual partner due to a tighter vagina. These are myths or cultural biases that have nothing to do with reality. But perceptions and opinions don't change easily. So some women hide the number. ...Read more
Jealousy my husband is suspecting me cheating on him with some of his co-workers, people leaving in neighbourhood, says that I am looking for sexual partners online etc.I am staying at home all the time as we live in country and I am foreigh, cannot legal
Only the best: If you are planning regular unprotected sex, you owe each other proof you are clean. How often you do this as the relationship progresses depends on what level of confidence you have that the other person is monogamous. Today, many (most?) couples do not begin having unprotected sex until marriage is formalized or it is clear that this is a longstanding monogamous relationship. ...Read more
Yes: First outbreak of herpes in the most severe, but sometimes not noticed. Can look like skin irritation or simple rash, and in women can be internal. Classic herpes is a red area with a cluster of small blisters in the center. Can form a shallow open sore. Later outbreaks can be separated my any length of time, sometimes years. Usually triggered by stress, insufficient rest, poor diet, other illness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No Unprotected Sex: You should have a complete STD work up. It is not wise in these times to have unprotected sex EVER unless you are with a committed partner. The risks are not only for herpes, but HIV, pregnancy, gonorrhea, syphillis, chlamydia, HPV and on and on. Get a complete exam and screen and from this day vow to use condom's protection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can using Ph balance products for awhile then not using around the time you change sexual partners cause BV?
Female hygiene: No, probably not. Your body is made to balance its own pH in a natural way. You don't need to use any store-bought products at all. Gentle soap and water is all you need, and some women find that even soap is too irritating. BV is strictly overgrowth of normal vaginal bacteria. Women can get it even if not sexually active. It's easy to treat, so see a doctor for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Is it possible that my wife or i could have HPV even though neither of us have had other sexual partners for our whole life?
I have had some sexual partners and I have never orgasmed I have tried Clitoras stimulations like vibrator but they just dont work?
It takes time: sometimes keep experimenting in private till you know what makes you feel good. you are just 16 it will be a good experience but be patient ...Read more
My boyfriend was my first but he's had other sexual partners he said that he and an ex tried for two years to have kids they couldn't is he infertile?
Hard to say: It takes two to make it work and he could have fertility issues.His ex might have them also. He might want to have some basic studies done through his doc or someone his doc can refer him to.If he seems to have all the right stuff, you start the relationship with more info than most. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had some sexual partners and I have never orgasmed I have tried Clitoras stimulations like vibrator but cause I cant enjoy sex because I cant?
Doctors and Sex: I am sorry to hear this. But, we have to tread lightly when we talk about sex. One does not usually go to the doctor to learn how to orgasm. We are to have no opinion on when, where, or with whom you are sexual. But, given your age you may want your Gynecologist to do an exam to make sure everything is normal anatomically. There is a book about females and orgasm that I often recommend: ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My perineum is a bit swollen, redder than usual and painful to touch. I've never had any sexual partners or anything like that, what could it be and w?
If have hep C, high.: Hepatitis c is transmitted by physical contact from infected person to non infected. Some small blood exchanged in the process, or via the semen. Dirty/shared needles in IV drug users, untested blood transfusion. It's serious, it could go on to chronic hep, cirrhosis, or liver ca. Incidence is on the rise & many don't know have it. Recent lecture by hep c expert said queens, ny-perhaps a capital. ...Read more
Test + for clamydia, partner tested negative both treated. Tested 6 was later I'm + again and he's negative. Only sexual partner. How is this posible ?
A few possibilities: Chlamydia self cures, often in only a few weeks; he may have had it but now cleared. Urine tests in men miss up to 10% of infections. Perhaps you had it from a distant past partner, your partner lucky and didn't catch it. If treated w/ azithromycin, it fails 5% of the time (1 chance in 20). You both should be re-treated, preferably with doxycycline this time. That will take care of it for sure. ...Read more
I've had 2 sexual partners. One who pulled out & the other who did not. I'm now pregnant. Who is most likely to be the dad? This is a silly question, i know, but both encounters were right around the same time & i'm trying to do process of elimination who
Logically : Logically the partner who ejaculated inside of you is the most likely father in this situation, however there is still a chance he is not. Your doctor will be able to tell you the date you likely conceived based on your last menstrual period and your first ultrasound. Hopefully this information will help you determine who the father is. If you are unable to do this then you will have to wait until dna testing can be done. If your doctor recommends a amniocentesis for other reasons, and you go ahead with the test, dna testing for paternity can be done this way. Best of luck. ...Read more
Yes: Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted that will continue to spread if not treated. It is very important that all sexual partners be notified so that they receive the appropriate treatment. In addition to spreading the disease to many people, untreated gonorrhea will lead to other sequele such as chronic infection, pain, bleeding, and ectopic pregnancies. ...Read more
HIV: This may vary from state to state, but there have been criminal and civil cases in which the failure to notify has been evidence of a variety of criminal accusations, and the civil liabilities have resulted in very significant monetary rewards to the injured party. Morally it seems only natural to let people with whom you plan to be intimate know what their risks are. Wouldn't you want to know? ...Read more
Yes: A "clear" hpv test may mean the virus is only 'suppressed' to sub clinical levels where it is not detectable and won't cause disease; but may replicate at a later time to detectable, clinical levels where it may cause changes. The further out a person is negative the less likely it is to become positive without new exposure, but it is possible. ...Read more
I had anal sex with guy who hadnt aymore sexual partners.Can i get some desaise?its second time.He is first.
Are newly HIV infected people by law require to inform past sexual partners that they may or may not have infected?
Depends: Laws vary by state, but this is something that obviously can't be enforced, since the patient has to provide names. People diagnosed with HIV are encouraged to notify former partners, which can also be done anonymously through the health department. Disclosure to current partners is more straightforward, and in some states can be done without consent of a patient who refuses to disclose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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