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Std Check For Men
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
My man got checked for STD and he didn't have any and I gave him oral sex and my throat hurts could it be that I put it too far down my throat?
Probably bruised: Oral and throat tissues are mildy flexible--built to pass a chewed bolus of food--not to receive traumatic thrusts from inflexible sources such as an erect penis. That can cause dangerous harm. A "deep throat" scene in a porn movie is there for shock effect and titillation--the highly sensitive tip of the penis receives no stimulation in dt. Use care & creativity instead of risk--you'll be safer. ...Read more
Depends: Which std are you referring to? Syphilis and HIV can exist without being symptomatic for very long periods of time. Carriage of some organisms without their creating clinical disease is another possibility. The question must be more specific and delineate the particular infection and why you are asking the question. ...Read more
Why are most std's transferred from your partner? Are they unaware they have an STD or are the symptoms different for men vs women?
Not overall: Overall, there are 3 times the number of STDs found in the us in women than men. However, much of that could be because women are screened far more often than men because of gyn appts and testing. Others like syphilis are 6 times more likely in men than women. Just depends on the std discussed and the person. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: The male reproductive organs are external and there is no connection from the exterior of the body to the inside such as is provided by the female cervix which literally provides an access point for infection to ascend into the peritoneal cavity, the inside of the abdomen. Infection there can potentially cause much more damage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nothing, no worries!: If it is certain there is no STD, then there is absolutely no health risk or problem from getting semen in the mouth or swallowing it. Even considering STDs, oral sex is safe sex -- not entirely free of STD risk, but low risk for all STDs (much lower than vaginal or anal sex) and virtually zero risk for some, including HIV. ...Read more
Can you get an STD from giving oral pleasure? Does this rule apply to both men on men and men on women?
Yes: Yes to both questions.Get a more detailed answer ›
What are my chances of getting an STD after receiving oral sex from 2 different men I've never met before?
DON'T KNOW %: You better get checked, you never know. ...Read more
How do u find out if u got and std? And what are side effects for men? And how long dose it take to see the effects?
Get Tested.: With many stds, men may not have symptoms, so the only way to know if you are infected is to get tested. Every std can effect you differently, but the more common stds can eventually lead to sterility and/or impotency. Depending on the std, if symptoms are to appear, they may show up as soon as 24 hours after exposure to several years after the exposure. ...Read more
Stds from triying on jeans pants at the mall not possible? While wearing underwear? Asking for gf would answer be same for men
STD: You do not get STDs from trying on jeans. You get STDs as the acronym states: sexually transmitted disease. ...Read more
Bacterial vaginosis: BV is overgrowth of vaginal bacteria. Whether it's a true STD has been the subject of much research without clear answers yet. Probably it is usually sexually acquired, but not always. It's more common in women at risk for STD and other STDs (gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomonas) often are present at the same time. It causes no symptoms in men. Condoms are good prevention. ...Read more
Many: There is a long list of std's that can cause infertility in men such as mumps, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, syphilis and others. There are many other conditions both anatomical as well as environmental that can cause infertility in men. The first step is to do a semen analysis and if abnormal x 2 to see a fertility specialist or a urologist for further evaluation and possible treatment. Good luck.. ...Read more