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Std Only Women Get
STD screening: Screening guidelines for stds recommend that sexually active men and women should be offered routine screening for hiv. Serologic testing for hepatitis b should also be done. Women with a history of unprotected sex/multiple partners should be screened yearly for gc and chlamydia. Men for chlamydia. The window period for detection of HIV antibodies is 6 wks-6 mos. After exposure. ...Read more
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
Can you get an STD from giving oral to a woman if so which ones did include. Any help in this regard would be greatly appreciated.
Very low risk: Cunnilingus (oral-vaginal contact) is very low risk for STDs, especially for the oral partner. In my 40 years in the STD business, I've never seen a patient who apparently acquired any STD by performing oral sex on a woman. In theory, you could get oral gonorrhea, herpes, syphilis, or HPV. No HIV risk. If no symptoms like oral sores or sore throat, you needn't worry and don't need testing. ...Read more
I have been freaking out. My dog licked my female parts and I stopped him, but I am worried. Could I get an STD from that? Please help.
Yes she can: Of course it would not affect her uterus as it has been removed. However the vagina ; introitus are not immune to catching an std from an infected partner. ...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 ›
I m. 24 virgin guy. A female married lady interested in having oral sex with me. Any chances I may get std?
Can a female get std while not being sexually active for 19 years and having no such disease prior to that? Thanks
No: If you didn't have even a latent infection and have had no sexual activity at all you can't get a sexually transmitted disease. However, there are sexually transmissible diseases such as herpes or HIV which can also be transmitted in ways other than sexually which can still occur. Hope this answers your question ...Read more
We are allways warned about STD and usage of protection but if a woman wants to get pregnant won't there be a chance for a std?
If she is infected: You don't get an std unless partner is infected. Many women have yeast/candida infections which was unrelated to sex. This can be transmitted to male partner unless treted, ; thus strictly speaking a std for him. Thus, std should not be a concer if u ; ur partner wish to have va child. ...Read more
Depends: The only cancer screen that I think a guy needs is an annual check for occult blood in the stool and maybe occasional colonoscopy. Yearly HIV checks are opt-out and recommended for adults generally. If the guy isn't symptomatic, there's no reason to throw money down the drain testing for stuff. ...Read more
When a man can not get an erection and forces himself anyway after sex the female wipe blood is STD present? Between the age of 45-60
Having: Having blood immediately after sexual intercourse is not necessary related to an std. It could be from friction or trauma. If the patient develops burning, rash, itching, genital pain, or any discharge then they would need to be seen for evaluation for an std. Always use a condom to prevent sexually transmitted infections. ...Read more
How long should I wait to get a HIV and STD test? I only had vaginal sex with a women for my first time ever.
After giving oral sex to a female, is it easy to get oral warts, hpv, STDs etc. All other docs on here said it was rare to get something. Please help!
Asking for my brother he is 16 he found a vibrator in a relatives house and touched his bare penis with it he is worries he is gona get an std is this possible for a male to get an std from a female vibrator?
Can you get and std from touching the vaginal area of a woman who isn't infected and then washing your hands afterwards?
No: Bottom line - an STD can only be transmitted from someone who has an STD. ...Read more
If a STD free male and female engage in vaginal sex and nothing else, could one of them still get some kind of std? (other than pregnancy).
No: If both partners are free of std, they will remain so until one of the partners gets the germs for an std from someone who harbors these germs. Some std can be transmitted by non sexual means. ...Read more
I always get yeast infections and I never have stds; also, I am only with one person. Could something be wrong? Are some women just prone to them?
Exactly!: Some women indeed are more prone to vaginal yeast infections. They are not sexually transmitted; it make no difference if you have "been with" only only one person or twenty. First, make sure the diagnosis is correct. If yeast, talk with your doc about testing for underlying problem like diabetes; and about fluconazole (Diflucan) by mouth once a week to keep flare-ups in control. Good luck! ...Read more
Is it possible for a female to get an STD in her urinary tract only (negative vaginal STD test) and appear to be a recurrent uti?
Chlamydia is a STD that for example if a female has it in her vagina and you get oral sex from her she can't pass it on to you correct?
If I have I just had a threesome and swapped condoms can my two female partners get an STD from Vaginal Secretions on my genitals not on penis?
Possible: If any of the "three" were infected, then this is a possibility ...Read more
I gave oral sex to a woman 4 nights ago. No symptoms and no intercourse. I heard it is rare to get an std in the mouth unless you have no immunesystem?
Depends: Some have cures, some do not. To find out how to cure the ones that can, you go to the doc for an evaluation. For others, the doc can provide ways to reduce symptoms and reduce the risk you pass them to others, based on what disease you have. ...Read more
Depends on activity: That depends on how often you're having sex, especially unprotected sex. It could be anywhere from never to every 3 months. I have some patients who should probably be tested every week! But remember that there's no single easy test for stds. To test broadly you may need a combination of blood tests, urine tests, and often throat and rectal swabs. ...Read more
Sexually transmitted: A sexually transmitted disease is spread by having sex. They key thing for people to remember is that sex, may include oral to genital, anal to genital, genital to genital contact or even hand to genital contact. All of those types of contact can spread stds. Contact with infected skin or secretions can spread the disease. ...Read more