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Stds On Women
Absolutely!: Especially signifiant risks to the developing fetus. Of course, these serious infections can affect the baby in tremendous ways - even causing spontaneous abortion, death of the fetus or newborn and lifelong serious medical issues. Hpv can cause cancer -especially head and neck cancers when transferred from mom. Chlamydia causes pneumonia in newborns. Hiv can be transferred to the fetus, etc... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Still serious: Because your tubes are tied, you can't become infertile. But that's the only difference. The infection can still get up into the uterus and maybe part of your tubes (depending on where exactly they were tied), causing fever and pain. Gonorrea bacteria can get in the blood, causing systemic infection with a kind of arthritis and even life-threatening heart infections. Don't take it lightly! ...Read more
Yes: Mechanically this is not a problem. There is a mess so you might need a non-precious sheet underneath. And some women feel yucky and awkward at this time. But some feel heightened sensation. This is a good time for careful sensitivity and interpersonal discussion about how to proceed. ...Read more
Do health consequences result from gonorrhea on postmenopausal women/ women with their tubes tied? If so, what are they?
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
What are chances for getting std/ HIV from one and only unprotected sex ( men with women vaginal)?
Unprotected sex: Chances of getting std/hiv from just one episode of unprotected sex are much greater than if you never had unprotected sex. Plus, it places your future partners at greater risk, too. Of course, this assumes that you know nothing about your partner's status. You can't catch something that your partner doesn't have but that implies an element of trust. Just in case, wear a condom each/every time. ...Read more
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. This way you can get the best treatment. ...Read more
Yes: Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease from a parasite called Trichomonas Vaginalis. Most often women become infected by penis to vaginal contact or vaginal to vaginal contact. It reportedly can infect the mouth & anus but can NOT survive in those areas. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Performed one-time vaginal oral sex on HPV positive woman. She has history of abnormal pap (non cancer) with this HPV. My chances of HPV contraction?
Vulvar Bumps: The vulvar skin and other hairy area of your body suffer similar conditions. Acne, psoriasis, clogged hair follicles and glands can cause trouble in your genital area. These are not caused by sexual activity. Hormonal changes, hygiene practices , allergies and genetics can all be causing the changes. Consult with you gynecologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not related: Birth control pills don't/shouldn't affect one's immune system. Stress, lack of sleep, changes in life stressors, these things are definitely associated with increased outbreaks of herpes and warts. Herpes and warts are both viruses (hsv and hpv) and thus our body's ability to fight them is affected by what's going on in our life. I definitely see pts with life stressors experience outbreaks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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