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Oral Sex With Uninfected Person
Here are some ....: The odd for trichomonas to survive in the oropharynx should be next to zero and the chief site for its survival and multiplication is genital tract. Of course, if the concerned symptoms persist, seek timely professional evaluation & counseling. How to get the related things for good care done correctly? Follow instructions described in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wishes to you. ...Read more
Kissing: No. Kissing is no risk for catching Chlamydia. ...Read more
Very unlikely: This could happen but is very unlikely. Kissing or oral sex account for almost all cases of transmission of oral herpes among adults. Obviously, common sense should prevail: don't share straws, cups, glasses or eating utensils with anyone who has an active oral herpes outbreak or seems to have blisters/sores on the lips, mouth, etc. Otherwise don't worry about this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a male who has contracted genital gonorrhea from receiving oral sex, infect a female through oral sex? Or must the infected genital make contact?
Oral sex which way?: Gonorrhea is only transmitted from the infected site, and it doesn't travel through the body to other places. If you have untreated urethral (penile) gonorrhea and a partner performs oral sex on you, she can acquire oral gonorrhea. You can't give it by performing oral sex. However, you should not be having ANY sex until and unless your gonorrhea has been treated and cured. ...Read more
Not recommended: Transmission of herpes simplex virus (hsv) can occur quickly in new sexual relationships. Although transmission from a source female to a susceptible male is lower than vice versa, the likelihood of becoming infected increases with more sexual encounters, especially during unprotected sex. Transmission can occur even if the source has no lesions or symptoms. ...Read more
I'm not sure, but should uninfected partner also take antiviral pills after sex with infected herpes partner?
Can someone with trich in genitals transmit the STD to the mouth through oral sex then reinfect person's genitals or another person's genitals?
HIV is hard to get: Nope. Absolutely not.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possible: Please get checked.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes!: This is a permanent disease. Whoever gave you this should have been on remitive therapy. That said, you may have more inherent immunity and outbreaks can be few and far between. If you get into a new relationship, should should be on remitive therapy yourself and advise your partner of your condition! ...Read more
Very unlikely: Fortunately, the viability of HIV is very short lived outside of the body and is not contagious once exposed to air and surfaces that dry. There would be some minimal risk if the brush was used immediately after an infected person brushed with it by another. Virtually little to no risk if there was some significant time. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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