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Tips For Parents To Get Their Kids To Quit Kissing
I have HPV so when i kiss and hug my parents or kids mean that will transmit the HPV to them?i am afraid of related cancers so when and how i can test
Learn the facts: There are dozens of different strains of HPV and everybody has a few of them. Some cause common warts, some put you at risk for cancer of the sex organs, and these cancers can be managed fairly easily if you stay alert. The sexual ones are transmitted sexually. Your kids need to be hugged. Your parents need to be hugged. And you deserve the happiness of being a family man. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
PDA: Acts of physical intimacy in view of your parents will always be unnerving. You maybe over estimating how your parents will act if they are able get to know him and his background/family/culture. Hugging & kissing is sometimes construed as exhibitionism by parents (who feel acts should be performed in more private settings). Communicate with your parents re:discomfort & your fear will disappear! ...Read more
If there's no history of fish or seafood allergy on either parents families, how worried do I need 2 be holding or kissing my 3 month old after meals?
No need to worry: about kissing baby.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes indeed!: With proper medical care, HIV infections can be very well controlled, with near normal life span and little or no risk of transmission to sex partners or, for women, to their babies. But this is possible only with high quality medical care by a doctor or clinic with lots of experience in managing HIV infections; and will careful adherence to treatment, follow-up clinic visits, etc. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I just got my first coldsore. I'm really scared. Is it common? Can I get married, have kids and kiss them? How can i continue in life?
My husband found out yesterday he's got Bell's palsy he afraid to kiss me or our child thinking we will get it or the virus that causes it. Panic ?
Bell's palsy...: ...is often (not always) from herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV1) afftecting the facial nerve. If he has recurrent oral herpes (cold sores, fever blisters), he could transmit HSV1 at those times. Otherwise litle or no risk of passing it on and he doesn't need to avoid kissing you or anyone else. You and your child could have blood tests to see if already have HSV1; if so, you can't get it again. ...Read more
My mom gave my kids kisses this morning and a couple hours later she felt a cold sore coming on. Can my kids get a cold sore from her kissing them?
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