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How can I have clamydhia but my partner doesn't?

How can I have clamydhia but my partner doesn't?

Usually both have it: Whether or not one person catches chlamydia from another depends on things like: which part of the body has it, which parts of the body are the people touching each other with, how often are the people in contact with one another, etc... Also, tests are not perfect, so sometimes a person has it but has a negative test result. Usually, both people take the antibiotics if one person has chlamydia. ...Read more

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Heard that lots of ouples in the 70s were swapping partners. Why would suburbanites do that?

Heard that lots of ouples in the 70s were swapping partners. Why would suburbanites do that?

Why not?: Why does it matter? They were consenting adults exploring their sexuality. Yes, it's risky because of infections even they knew the other couple well but they enjoyed it. The key was not to make it emotional but just sexual. Otherwise, it could cause serious relationship issues. ...Read more

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Herpes and telling a partner?

Herpes and telling a partner?

Yes?: Would you not want to know if a potential sexual partner was likely to pass sometning on to you? It is patently unethical not to tell people what the risks of interacting with you are, particularly when it comes to a lifetime of potential problems. ...Read more

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My partner was murdered approx 17 months ago by his son, and I am worried that I have no anger/emotion towards his son and can't seem to move forward?

My partner was murdered approx 17 months ago by his son, and I am worried that I have no anger/emotion towards his son and can't seem to move forward?

Talk to wise people: How you feel or do not feel about your loved one's killer is not the key. However, you must get on with your life from this point. This will involve talking with wise people ("therapists" or lay guides) about what you are able to do (rather than how you are hurt), what is still intact, what is still yours, and how you set even limited goals for a return to a normal life. ...Read more

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My partners groin is swollown what could this be?

My partners groin is swollown what could this be?

Hernia? Nodes?: Groin swelling can be due to a hernia (bulge of intestine through a weakness in the muscular support), could be swollen lymph nodes from infection, tumor, other. See md. ...Read more

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Why don't my partner ejulate?

Why don't my partner ejulate?

Many possibilities: There r a number of reasons why your partner doesn't ejaculate-- psychological--medication etc--he could probably benefit from a urological consultation. ...Read more

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Can I give my partner mollusium?

Can I give my partner mollusium?

STD: Hi Maydi, I'm not entirely sure what you are referring to as there could possibly be a spelling mistake in the condition you are referring to. If you are referring to molluscum contagiosum, the skin condition, then yes, it is transferred through skin contact from partner to partner. The skin disease can be worse in patient's with HIV, but normally heals on its own in healthy individuals. ...Read more

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What do I do if my partner is emotionally unavailable?

What do I do if my partner is emotionally unavailable?

Partner unavailable: U know the old saying : it takes two to tango. U need to be open about this and talk with each other and may be u need to see a counselor. ...Read more

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I am impotent, I feel like I don't love my partner anymore?

Problems in: Relationships with one's partner are a significant reason for issues related to libido and sexual function. What do you plan to do about it? ...Read more

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What safety measures should we take if my partner has an s.T.D?

What safety measures should we take if my partner has an s.T.D?

#1 make your partner: Get treated, #2 you need to get cultured treated, and #3 no sex until both you and your partner have been treated. ...Read more

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Do partners have to get married?

Do partners have to get married?

No: There are plenty of sexual partners in the world who are unmarried. That being said, the social recommendation would be yes, to get married. ...Read more

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How to stop your bed partner snoring?

How to stop your bed partner snoring?

Snoring: The reason for the snoring needs to be determined before a fix can be identified. Sometimes a sleep study is needed for this reason. ...Read more

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How do I tell my partner I have herpes?

How do I tell my partner I have herpes?

Honesty: Honesty is the only decent thing. If you care about the other person you must show basic consideration. Genital herpes is common: your partner may already have it. A blood test is often positive in people who did not know they were infected. Type 1 herpes (cold sores on the face) is even more common & results in partial protection against genital herpes. If your partner is already infected you ar. ...Read more

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How to tell your partners you had herpes?

How to tell your partners you had herpes?

You might not be: Able to if there are no obvious lesions. There is usually a cluster of lesions that look like blisters. The lesions can appear on the penis, anus, labia or cervix ; they can spread, coalesce followed by crusting over. The fluid in the lesions is very contagious. (herpes simplex type ii). ...Read more

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How can I tell my partner that I have herpes?

With care: Just as with any other sensitive subject, broach the topic in a private, controlled situation. ...Read more

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Does drinking make my partner condition worse?

Does drinking make my partner condition worse?

Condition?: What are you referring to? Excessive alcohol not good for overall health for sure. Please clarify and we can help you better! ...Read more

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How do I know I have herpes and also my partner?

How do I know I have herpes and also my partner?

Lesions and sores: Are usually seen on the vulva, a + herpes culture is diagnostic and - one does not necessarily rule it out and blood work can be done to check herpes antibodies which will show up in the blood a few months after the initial outbreak. ...Read more

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How do I deal with a partner who has anger issues?

How do I deal with a partner who has anger issues?

If the anger issues: Become physical or cause you to fear for your safety, would give yourself permission to put safety first. Leave before a situation escalates into violence. Call 911 if needed. Your partner would need to be willing to change for the situation to change. An anger management class may be helpful if he or she is amenable. ...Read more

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How do you tell your partner if you have chlamdia?

How do you tell your partner if you have chlamdia?

Partner's and STDs: By being honest and humble. I would never recommend anger or judgement. I often will practice with my patients on how they tell their partner unwanted news. ...Read more

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What do I do if my partner is emotionally unstable?

What do I do if my partner is emotionally unstable?

? Emot. Unstable: It depends on what he has. Usually u can see a family counselor for advice or have him see his pcp for evaluation. Than he either pride him medication or refer him to mental health professional. ...Read more

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How did I get herpes if my partner doesn't have it?

How did I get herpes if my partner doesn't have it?

See below: If your partner has never been infected with the herpes simplex virus they cannot spread it. People can be infected with hsv1 and 2 and have no visible lesions but can still have the virus in their secretions and spread the infection by direct contact with these infected oral or genital secretions. ...Read more

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I have multiple partners. Any risk>safe sex always?

Risky: There are so many stds out there (gonorrhea, syphilis, hiv, herpes, hepatitis, genital warts, chlamydia etc), that it is tantamount to playing russian roulette if you have unprotected sex with multiple partners. There is also the risk of a jealous or aggrieved partner to consider. Abstinence is the best protection against stds. Mutual exclusive loyalty & condom use are also effective. ...Read more

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How can I help my partner who was abused as a child?

How can I help my partner who was abused as a child?

Be supportive: It is very important for you to understand what happened to your partner. I would advise your partner join a survivors group, the meetings may be a place you can provide support for your partner. Also advise your partner to consult a psychiatrist or psychologist for hep. ...Read more

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