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Should patients with hepatitis C change their sexual practices if they have only long-term steady sex partner?

Should patients with hepatitis C change their sexual practices if they have only long-term steady sex partner?

No: Hepatitis c is difficult to transmit sexually. I don't suggest long term monogamous partners change their sexual habits give this low risk of transmission. ...Read more

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Dr. Jay Park
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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?

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 more

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I had anal sex with guy who hadnt aymore sexual partners.Can i get some desaise?its second time.He is first.

I had anal sex with guy who hadnt aymore sexual partners.Can i get some desaise?its second time.He is first.

Depends: If your sexual partner is disease free, he can't give you a sexually transmitted infection( STI). However, it is difficult to know if he carries any virus or bacteria that could be transmitted to you. Best to use condoms to protect both people. ...Read more

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How long do you think is a safe time period to wait when changing sexual partners, while having unprotected sex?

How long do you think is a safe time period to wait when changing sexual partners, while having unprotected sex?

No safety: When having unprotected sex, there is no "safe waiting period" between partners. Whenever you have unprotected sex, you are exposed to every person your partner has ever had, no matter how long ago it was. You need to be evaluated and tested for stds, treated appropriately and then start having safer, protected sex. ...Read more

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Reasons for bleeding after sex. Im 35, have 2 kids, been married for years with no problems. Now im seperated, and since, I've had 6 sexual partners. The 1st 3 i had no problems with, took a break from dating for 4 months, and the next partner i had i ble

Reasons for bleeding after sex. Im 35, have 2 kids, been married for years with no problems. Now im seperated, and since, I've had 6 sexual partners. The 1st 3 i had no problems with, took a break from dating for 4 months, and the next partner i had i ble

You : You need to give the new pills at least three month to "kick in" so to speak. If low estrogen is the issue then after three months on the new pill the problem should be resolved. Also, if a pelvic ultrasound was not done, this should be done in addition an endometrial biopsy in to rule out hyperplasia(abnormal increase in uterine lining). Hopefully your partner will be understanding as you work through this problem, if not then maybe he is not right for you. Take good care. ...Read more

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16, sexually active, rash/bumps on vagina, only one sex partner. ?

16, sexually active, rash/bumps on vagina, only one sex partner. ?

Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. This way you can get the best treatment. ...Read more

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Became sexually active in December. Had Bacterial Vaginosis in February, and now I have it again. Only one sex partner. What am I doing wrong?

Became sexually active in December. Had Bacterial Vaginosis in February, and now I have it again. Only one sex partner. What am I doing wrong?

Maybe nothing...: There is a debate among STD experts whether BV is an STD. It is closely related to sex. Cases like yours support the STD theory, but it's not known if some (most? all?) cases are due to catching a particular germ that causes it. Treating the male partners usually doesn't help. See GUM specialist, check for other STDs, re-treat (metronidazole), and use condoms consistently for the next few weeks. ...Read more

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Even though you have lots of sexual partners and you always use protection is HPV only contracted if there person you have sex with is infected or no ?

Even though you have lots of sexual partners and you always use protection is HPV only contracted if there person you have sex with is infected or no ?

Question unclear: You must get hpv from contact with another infected person. If you acquired it then your protection has broken down and you should be checked for other stds that may present without symptoms. ...Read more

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