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I practice safe sex, can I still catch pelvic inflammatory disease?

I practice safe sex, can I still catch pelvic inflammatory disease?

Yes.: Depends what you call safe sex. Acquisition can come from many routes. Kissing can transmit herpes. Condoms break, etc, etc. Know your partner! ...Read more

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What diseases can you get not having safe sex?

What diseases can you get not having safe sex?

Any and all STD's+: Any and all std's can be transmitted including, herpes, gonorrhea, syphillis, herpes, HIV hpv(warts), and chlamydia. Other diseases such as hepatitis, chancroids, tb, and a "host of things that most lay persons would rather not see except in a textbook". ...Read more

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Can herpes be transmitted if there is no outbreak and I use a condom are there any things i can do to boost my imunity tonot contract the diesese i haven't had sexual contact with her yet is there any way for me to have safe sex with her and not get sick?

Can herpes be transmitted if there is no outbreak and I use a condom are there any things i can do to boost my imunity tonot contract the diesese i haven't had sexual contact with her yet is there any way for me to have safe sex with her and not get sick?

Herpes : Herpes can be transmitted without visible lesions by viral shedding. Medications can be given to lower the risk of viral shedding. Condoms are not full proof to prevent transmission of any sexually transmitted disease (std). Healthy lifestyle choices will help but aren't reliable enough to avoid transmission when a partner has a std. Shelleygiebelmd.Com. ...Read more

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Should I have sex while on medication for pelvic inflammatory disease?

Should I have sex while on medication for pelvic inflammatory disease?

PID and sex: You can have sex but may be exposing yourself to other forms of pid as well if you are having sex with a different partner. If you and your partner are both being treated at the same time, it may be okay. Still, the best option would be to wait until you are finished with the medications. ...Read more

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Can you contract pelvic inflammatory disease without having sex?

Can you contract pelvic inflammatory disease without having sex?

Unlikely: But sometimes, ascending pelvic infections associated with atypical bacteria have followed iud insertions, vaginal delivery, miscarriage, and uterine instrumentation. ...Read more

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Pelvic inflammatory disease---what is most common cause in sex workers?

Pelvic inflammatory disease---what is most common cause in sex workers?

Likely Chlamydia.: The usual std's can cause pelvic pain by rash, itching, etc., but the biggest cause of pid or pelvic inflammatory disease is chlamydia trachomatis, which is also sexually transmitted. This can cause lower abdominal, and pelvic pain, and a mucopurulent (pus-like) vaginal discharge. This is a very destructive disease which can require 14 days of antibiotics, like Doxycycline and clindamycin. ...Read more

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Can a 15 year old girl get pelvic inflammory disease without having sex and if so how do i tell my mom?

Can a 15 year old girl get pelvic inflammory disease without having sex and if so how do i tell my mom?

PID: is caused by sexually transmitted infection. Avoid self-diagnosis and tell your mother any symptoms that you have so that you can consult a physician. ...Read more

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When is the perfect time to have safe sex?

When is the perfect time to have safe sex?

Sorry, but there: Isn't a perfect time to have safe sex. To be completely protected from sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy - you should use protection every time. ...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