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Recent New Sexual Partner
Herpes outbreak: It is common in a new relationship to engage in sexual relations more frequently than usual. Friction from frequent intercourse can irritate the skin and bring on an outbreak. Using a water based lubricant can help reduce irritation. Remember to always use a condom, to prevent transmission of the virus. Other causes of herpes outbreaks can be hormonal changes, some women have outbreaks near peri ...Read more
Chance of HIV infection through single, brief, and protected vaginal intercourse with new partner with unknown status? Condom didn't break or slip
Male here. Had unprotected oral sex with new gf. She had sex partners before; I haven't. Her STD status unknown. I'm scared of STDs! Advice?
Some thoughts...: How is a guy who fears STD's going to manage sexual activities with a new girl who's had other partners? Possible choices: do not engage in sexual activities until after the wedding (yes, it is normal not to have premarital sexual activities); go with her to her doctor to get her checked and to review test results; have sex, be scared, but get oneself checked each month for 4 consecutive months. ...Read more
Possible to create herpes if you have a vaginal infection and have unprotected sex wit only one partner who has no herpes? No other sexual partners.
No: Humans cannot create herpes (nor create any other life form). It will be a really scary day when man figures out how to create life forms like bacteria or viruses! herpes only comes from somebody else's herpes, but it does not have to be a sexual type of contact. For example, lip "cold sores" are herpes, and most people got them through non-sexual contact. ...Read more
Foul smelling discharge, one sexual partner, 55yrs 1 partner for 2 1/2 yrs, i found has had several sexual partners while we were together
3/16/14unprotected sex with 1guy. 3/20 sex with other man unprotected. 3/17took levonogestrel. Previous menstuation 1/31 & 3/4/14..Who fatheredmychild?
BF don't have AIDS, sexual disease etc.Any chance to get them?No intercourse sex but blowjob.We only have each other as sexual partner in life time.
I have anal warts after unprotected anal sex with a monogamous parter. Both of us tested negative for STDs and HIV prior to becoming monogamous. ?
Can BV cause chlamydia? I am uncircumcised and I've had unprotected sex with girlfriend that had PV. We have no other sexual partners.
Had a bacterial infection. Now I have pimples near my clitoris. Any correlation? No new sexual partners as well.
Herpes? Yeast?: "Pimples" in the genital area often is herpes; or maybe a yeast infection? Many monogamous people get herpes, either because of recurrence of a longstanding infection that previously was asymptomatic; or because of new transmission even though both partners are faithful. See a doctor ASAP; diagnosis is most accurate before lesions start to heal. Good luck! ...Read more
Male HPV. 3 female partners. Stances on contacting these former partners? Vaginal AND oral-only partners? Trust they are already getting proper care?
Probably no need: There is no need to inform them. Since 90% of all people get HPV, and at any time 30-50% of sexually active persons are infected, your partners are at no higher risk because you have been diagnosed. If any of your partners is quite recent (in the past 6 months) and if you have genital warts, tell them so they can be on the lookout for warts. Otherwise don't worry about it. ...Read more
Hiv risk of unprotected oral sex and vaginal sex. separate incidents. no ejaculation. little to no pre ejaculate.
Use a condom!: All forms of unprotected sex leave both partners at higher risk for HIV, as well as other sexually transmitted diseases. Sexually transmitted diseases leave you more vulnerable to acquiring HIV. When you have unprotected sex, it is easy for semen, vaginal/rectal fluid or blood infected with HIV to enter your system, no matter the amount. ...Read more
Are non penetrative sex practices risky for contracting leprosy? E.g.: female (active) to male (passive) masturbation without condom, fellatio.
Maybe, but low risk: Any personal contact (kissing, skin contact, etc) can transmit leprosy. This includes sex, both penetrating and non penetrating, but probably no more often than other contact. Fortunately, leprosy is quite hard to transmit. Most household and sexual contacts (e.g. spouses) never catch it themselves. I suggest you discuss it with the doctor or clinic caring for the person with leprosy. ...Read more
Does vaccination against HBV offer protection for a partner havng sexual relations with a chronic HBV infected husband?
Should patients with hepatitis C change their sexual practices if they have only long-term steady sex partner?
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