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Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Not necessarily: First you must define "right away". As an example if you got a primary syphilitic chancre (which is painless) in an area of the tongue not easily accessible to observation you might miss it. There are other possibilities but not enuf space here to explore all STDs. Be careful. It is dangerous out there. ...Read more
Month long sore w red bumps back of throat, swollen tonsils. Occurred after sex with a man. I woke up this mornin w little red sore under tongue. Std?
Std? I've had Tongue bumps that don't look normal to me but they don't hurt or anything just had them ever since Thanks giving
See my advice:
Hard to diagnose this, Have you had sexual contact
Are you using any new medication? Have you eaten somrthing too irritating? Drank very hot drink?
I would consult a doctor ...Read more
See MD or DDS: There are many things this could be, often nothing to worry about. Too many to list here. We would need a dialog as well (i.e. Does your boyfriend smoke?) the best thing to do is to let a dental professional like a an oral surgeon or general dentist look at area (or an ent) to make sure there isn't a problem. ...Read more
Yes: Initial outbreak of hsv-1 has total mouth manifestations including the back of your tongue. But usually the entire mouth is affected. What exactly are your symptoms? See a dentist and have it evaluated and do not feel embarrassed. It is a common finding in patients. ...Read more
Assuming no STDs, can a fixed drug eruption be transmitted through oral sex? Specifically to the tongue
Not contagious: A fixed drug eruption is a peculiar individual reaction to a drug. It can be located in many places but somewhere on the observable skin surface is most common. It is thought to be influenced/triggered by your own immune system and is not contagious. ...Read more
Must be seen: The most likely cause of the bumps on the back of your tongue is that they are normal taste buds. If you have fears of sti or std, the only prudent course is to get a physical exam to know for sure what your situation is. ...Read more
Sore tongue: There are several things that can cause a tongue to be sore so see a dentist or oral surgeon about your tongue. If you are concerned about being exposed and getting an STD then see an MD and get this checked. ...Read more
My tongue tasted like it had dry patches on it and had a metallic taste almost. Does anyone know if this is STD related?
What to do: First, see a dentist for an exam and find out why you have those symptoms on your tongue and metallic taste. There are lot's of possibilities. Second, if you are concerned about getting std's, consult with your physician for an exam and testing. Better to be safe on both counts and get whatever treatment you need (if any). Knowing you don't have anything serious is also comforting. ...Read more
If my tongue breaks out kinda white color of the tip can peel skin off every morning or every other morning do I have std?
Not STD: No STD is a likely cause of symptoms like this. See your doctor for professional advice and diagnosis, but don't worry about STD. If you may be at risk for STD (new partner, partner with other partners, etc), you probably should have routine STD testing, while it's on your mind. But even if something turns up positive, probably it wouldn't explain your mouth problem. Good luck. ...Read more
I have white dots on my tongue at the tip and on sides. They go away, but come back & haven't completely disappeared. Going on 4 a week now. Oral std?
Many Possibilities: With the description you have given, there are literally at least 10 different options to start from. The only way to know for sure is to go see your dentist, or oral surgeon for a diagnosis. ...Read more
Not really: White covering on the tongue is essentially likely an yeast infection. It is also called candidiasis. This can occur in people with diabetes, recent steroid treatment and other conditions that can be caused by a weak immune system. Initial treatment is with oral medications or a swish and swallow solution. After that, the underlying reason should be investigated. ...Read more
See dentist: Oral lesions range in their cause and treatment. Your best bet would be to see a dentist for a proper evaluation while the lesions are present. Most lesions in the mouth will resolve in 2 weeks so don't wait. My first guess would not be an std but this is not possible to say without seeing the tongue and getting a proper history. Best of luck. ...Read more
Boil under tongue in 2 hrs on frenulum after oral sex given to a woman. Discomfort but not painful. Is it std? How do I treat it?
Trauma: The "boil" is more likely a traumatic ulcer from rubbing of the frenum (fibrous attachment) of the tongue across the sharp edges of your lower front teeth. It will heal in 10-14 days. The formation of a sore from an std is highly unlikely but future sores are not if your partner is infected. Be sure. Be safe. And remember that stds are not always visible and can be contagious without sores. ...Read more
Boil under tongue in 2 hrs on frenulum after oral sex given to a woman. Discomfort but not painfull. Is it std. How do I treat it?
Probably not: Not likely a std. Would not show up this quickly. Probability due to trama to the tonque from the activity, especially near the frenum. May have rubbed against your lower teeth. It will heal shortly. Little can be done on this site besides rinsing, best with hot salt water twice daily for 30 sec. Any questions, visit your dentist. ...Read more
I have had these small and large bumps on the very back of my tongue for about a week now. I had oral sex 2 months ago, could it be an STD or no?
STD: Yes, there are STDs that can do this. If you feel that you may have been exposed please go and be seen and tested. Better safe than sorry. ...Read more
Muscle weakness n pain, no strength, bone pain, fatigue, e tremor, sore throat n white tongue, soft skin no rash on skin, is this std? Tested -ve for hiv
See doctor: To sort through the myriad of symptoms to make a diagnosis. Cannot diagnose this over the internet. ...Read more
Yes, possible but: More likely a 'red circle' on the tongue us a variant of normal anatomy or benign inflammatory condition called glossitis. It happens in response to trauma, viral or bacterial infection, or irritation (some spices). Either way, you should seek a consult to be sure. Until then, treat it as an std and be responsible to your sexual partners. ...Read more
What are these bumps on the bottom of my tongue, and tiny white bumps on my gums, no pain at all, could this be an std of some sort?
Here are some...: If there has been no change in size and no symptoms, these could be the normal remnants of body formation. Without a look at their specific location & features, it is hard to give a firm answer. So, leave them alone as long as being asymptomatic; if still concerned, seek evaluation and counseling. To have the care-related things done correctly, go to http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best ...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