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I have been with my husband for 21 years. We separated for three months in 04. In 2014 I was diagnosed with tric. He admitted to cheating one time in 04. I have had wet mounts every year and always test negative until 2014. Could he have had it since then
Years, easily missed: Trichomonas can be carried for years without symptoms, especially in women and maybe sometimes in men. The wet mount misses half of all trich infections. There is no way to know when you were infected or whether it has anything to do with your husband's dalliance in 2004. With your apparent concern he might have had other partners since then, to be safe you both should be tested for other STDs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here's the facts: It's always wrong to generalize about the genders. This being said, most men are willing and often eager to engage in casual sex, without any emotional investment; all that matters is that the partner be willing as well. A decent man uses protection from pregnancy and disease, and a gentleman is polite afterwards. By contrast, when a man is in love, the sexuality and emotions are inseparable. ...Read more
Nothing: I do not like onions and so do not eat them, unless fully cooked or sauteed. Nothing has gone wrong with me. Perhaps ask her if she would eat them if prepared differently. ...Read more
What's the maximal dose of sylimarine which can be taken at once (I know it can be taken in high doses - it is safe - but I mean separate dose).
Sylimarin: This is an extract of the milk thistle seed. It is postulated to have anticancer and liver protective effects. The major active constituent has been studied and it was found that 13 grams daily was well tolerated in patients with advanced prostate cancer, and that asymptomatic liver toxicity was the most commonly seen side effect. ...Read more
Geographic sep: Yes -many couples are geographically separated. This is common situation for military families. ...Read more
Of course, yes: Every family is different but relationships can always be strengthened and renewed. Furthermore, therapy may not be necessary depending on whether parent(s) and kids are able to communicate clearly and effectively. People, especially kids, are very resilient. It will not always be easy but it will be worth it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Yes for several reasons. First - touching the floor is comforting to little ones and alleviates some fears. Two - they can practice while you go and learn and train better. Three - little, portable potties are great when taken in a car - they make training on the go so much easier - who wants to race to find a gross fast food restaurant bathroom? Use the potty in the car and dump when possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe fine?: You did not say if the sesamoid is in your foot or hand. Sesamoid bones are small bones that are embedded in tendons to improve muscle effectiveness. Usually they develop from a single ossification center. Sometimes they may develop from two or more ossification centers. This is generally asymptomatic, but if painful it should be checked out by the appropriate hand or foot specialist ...Read more
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