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Dr. Robert Killian
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Std (Definition)

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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Does oral sex cause STD if one person is affected? Please, need some answers?

Does oral sex cause STD if one person is affected? Please, need some answers?

Yes, some of them: Some organisms that cause STDs may be transmitted during oral sex and are able to cause infection at the mouth and throat areas. ...Read more

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I am young and afraid to go a doctor. I have had oral sex. What STD's could I possibly have? Please help.

I am young and afraid to go a doctor. I have had oral sex. What STD's could I possibly have? Please help.

Oral: the main ones from oral sex (female performing on male) would be HPV, Herpes and gonorrhea. Fortunately we don't see very much genital herpes of the throat, nor gonorrhea. HPV should be enough reason to use a condom during oral sex. Your partner will still have fun if a condom used. ...Read more

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15 week after oral sex unknown STD status. Right side face swollen. Dr says sinusitis. All STD test negative. Any suggestions?

15 week after oral sex unknown STD status. Right side face swollen. Dr says sinusitis. All STD test negative. Any suggestions?

STD unlikely : Sinusitis is much more likely explanation. A sexually transmitted disease should have shown up a lot sooner and would be more likely to cause a sore throat. Sinusitis is more common in smokers and can cause facial swelling ...Read more

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DX with ngu from oral sex.All std tests neg. doxycycline and aizthrimycin did not cure. Worried that it won't go away. Had for 3 months. swab <5wbc ?

DX with ngu from oral sex.All std tests neg. doxycycline and aizthrimycin did not cure. Worried that it won't go away. Had for 3 months. swab <5wbc
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Persistent ngu: Oral tetracyclines and erythromycin are well established choices of treatment. Despite adequate treatment, about 30-35% of NGU persist or recur. The cause of persistence or recurrence remains unknown. Prostate gland involvement has to be ruled out where indicated. A 4 to 6 week course of tetracyclines or erythromycin is suggested for persistent or recurrent NGU. See a urologist. ...Read more

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Prostatitis from oral sex. All std tests negative. Did the oral sex cause this. Did ngu cause prostatitis? 1 month cipro (ciprofloxacin) didnt cure. Perennial ache

Prostatitis from oral sex. All std tests negative. Did the oral sex cause this. Did ngu cause prostatitis? 1 month cipro (ciprofloxacin) didnt cure. Perennial ache

CPPS?: Your second question. Oral sex doesn't cause prostatitis. Even if it started with NGU, no help w/ cipro (ciprofloxacin) is strong evidence you have no infection now. I'm betting on chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS), sometimes called non-bacterial prostatitis but perhaps not really involving the prostate. Google it, read the excellent Wikipedia entry. You'll probably see a lot in common w/ your symptoms. ...Read more

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I have yellow semen. Sometimes has a foul odor. Occasional burn while I urinate. I am a virgin. I've done oral sex once. STD or other infection?

I have yellow semen. Sometimes has a foul odor. Occasional burn while I urinate. I am a virgin. I've done oral sex once. STD or other infection?

Potential infection: If a woman, who for example has performed oral sex on a man with a sexually transmitted infection, she could have acquired that infection and given it to the next man, on whom she performed oral sex. ...Read more

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What STDs can I get from giving oral sex and what STDs can I get from receiving oral sex?

What STDs can I get from giving oral sex and what STDs can I get from receiving oral sex?

All of them: Oral sex isn't safer sex at all, unless a condom is used. Hpv, hsv, chlamydia, gonorrhea, hepatitis, HIV and syphilis are all transmissible through oral sex. ...Read more

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