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I tested negative for std's nine months ago and I have had the same partner for ten months. Could I have a STD that didn't show up? My dr was thorough
Std checks: The answer is almost always yes. There are 2 main reasons for this: (1) none of the tests that doctors do for sexually transmitted diseases are 100% accurate; you can miss up to 5-15% of infections. (2) you have to be absolutely certain that your partner has never been exposed, and generally, while you can feel quite confident, if you trust him/her, you cannot be 100% sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
What symptoms?: Hi. There's not a single symptom that is diagnostic of disease...any symptom, any disease. If you are engaged in risky sexual behavior, please take appropriate safeguards. There is no one test that tests for all possible STDs. If your symptom(s) persist, follow up with your doc. Good luck! ...Read more
See Your Doctor: They may not have tested for STDs that cause bumps on the penis or they could be normal growths, sweat/oil glands, cysts, etc. Get evaluated by your doctor and make sure you tell the doctor what you are concerned about. ...Read more
My boyfriend and I are both virgins and have both tested negatively for stds. Do we still need to use a condom?
I have tested negative for STD's multiple times yet I still experience some discomfort/burning after urination. What else could it be?
I tested negative for std's 4 months ago. I have been having continued unprotected sex with the same man for 5 months. Am I still std free?
Unable to be sure: Depends on what your partner's sexual history is ...Read more
Tested negative 4 STDs. Iv had a small white lump at BOTTOM of my dicks head where it forms a "V". I just poped it with a needle. Should I worry?!
Self-treatment: It is most likely Pearly Penile Papules (that really is the name!) and they are not serious. I would recommend NOT poking needles in your penis, or any other lesion. You are more likely to create an infection than to solve one! Self-surgery (poking at pustules or other skin things) is not usually a good idea. If you are bothered by something, see your doctor. ...Read more
Hi docs I have tested negative for STDs and prescribed ofloxacin for 2 weeks due to orchitis. I have finished the course but still feel a slight sche?
Here are some ...: A 2-wek use of ofloxacin should be long enough for most infection-related epididymitis - epididymoorchitis. Clinically, it sounds ofloxacin has helped you, but does not necessarily rid of pain / ache completely, which may take time to resolve; how long does it take to disappear? It widely varies. Detail? Ask Doc timely. Besides, orchitis is less common than epididymitis-epididymoorchitis in men. ...Read more
I tested negative for std's 4 months ago and have had continued unprotected sex with the same man for 5 months. If he has not had any other partners am I still std free or should I retest?
You should be STD: free,if only 1 partner and he is the same partner you had when you were tested for STD''s. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Blood tests?: If you are referring to just blood tests, you may realize that blood tests often do not detect problems on the skin. You may be allergic to the latex in the condom, too much irritation from too much sexual activities ( i guess you are asking the question on behalf of your partner), a yeast infection (often transmitted from the female partner especially when uncircumcised).... ...Read more
My new boyfriend says he's tested negative for std's. Should I require him to use a condom although i'm pregnant?
Hello, I have some inflammation on the right side of the corona of my penis. There are no unusual bumps or sores and I just tested negative for stds?
Ive only had sex once & the guy said hes tested negative for STDs I took a vaginal health test & it said my pH was normal. Could I still have an std?
Here are some ...: Normal pH in vagina doesn't guarantee no STD. To definitely help you, bring the detailed info on your sex life to seek professional evaluation and counseling so to confirm your current status of concerning STDs and gain more knowledge in practicing sex life. At 16, it's still advisable to do so at the company of your parents or legal guardian. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had two sores on my penis. Very small, no puss, tested negative for STDs, and scabbed over and left after a couple days. Is this common? What is it?
May need to . .: . . . wait to see if comes back again. We would never want to give you a diagnosis for something that we cannot prove.However, if you are sexually active, and if the sores were painful, and if they drained some clear fluid before they scabbed over, you may need to consider Herpes. Sometimes, if the virus culture is performed after the fluid has drained, the culture will be negative.CONDOMS please ...Read more
I tested negative for STDs and herpes. Could my boyfriend still have it? He has few hard white bumps on his shaft and several bumps on the penis head.
Possibly: If he has not been tested, he should be tested also. There is a small possiblity if a false negative or that he has an infection that you have not picked up yet. As far as the white bumps, they may be normal. However, he should be evaluated to be sure. ...Read more
I recently had intercourse with my girlfriend. I got a rash around the tip of my penis. Tested negative for stds. What do i have?
I want to know about a strange vaginal discharge. It is stringy and jelly like. I tested negative for stds bv and yeast. What could it be?
What causes a barlothin cyst my pap tested negative for STDs ,should i still be worried i may give my partner any std? I guess im going crazy
Bartholin duct cyst: The bartholin glands are small fluid secreting glands that moisten the outer vaginal region. They connect to the surface via small ducts. If the duct becomes blocked, the fluid backs up and a cyst forms. Bartholin cysts can become infected, sometimes from an STD. The cysts themselves do not cause the infection, and an uncomplicated Bartholin cyst is not infectious. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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