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Type Of Std Disease
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
Hi, i just noticed there are some light coloured spots on my penis while in the shower and i was wondering if those are any STD type disease?
Opportunist germ: Yeast infection come from the spores (seeds) of the yeast that are present all around us.Yeast makes up at least 5% of the dry weight of your poo & self contamination of the tissues surrounding the genitals is always possible. After spores come in contact with moist irritated skin, they can live off the serum oozing from that irritation & produce a rash. They don't require sex for their spread. ...Read more
Depends on which TSD: There're quite a few stds and each equires different medications/regimens. For example, herpes: valcyclovir/acyclovir/famcyclovir etc...Chlamydia: doxycycline/azithromycin/ampicillin/erythromycin etc..Syphillis: still the good old penicillin. Trichomonas: metronidazole. Gonorrhea: doxy/azithromycin/ceftriaxone. Hiv: this is very complicated--to scary for me..Consult doc 4 your concerns. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When you have blood drawn can they determine if you have any type of sexual diseases like genital herpes, hiv, STD etc?
Yes, if asked for.: Blood tests can determine several sexual diseases after a period of time after exposure, like syphilis, hiv, herpes, and hepatitis b. It is not the only way for many of them. Syphilis can be found out by swabbing affected areas, as can herpes which can even be diagnosed visually. But gonorrhea and chlamydia are diagnosed by culture and urinalysis. Hpv is determined by pap smear and biopsy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends on situation: No exposures=no disease, some exposure, some risk.More or unlimited exposure with increasing number of partners means an unlimited number of risks.Risks between two monogamous partners with no outside exposure, ever, approaches zero. ...Read more
No: Only get it if involved with someone that is infected. The best solution is to be monogamous. ...Read more
Can't tell: I have no answer for that. Would just be guessing. ...Read more
From a medical perspective, is it enough to ask new partner about prior STD testing, or must both partners get new complete 11-disease STD panels?
Ideally, yes, but...: The world or environment is not perfect. Even so, there is still no guaranty since internal environments of individuals widely vary from time to time along their path of life. So, delving into some understanding of life reality could immensely help as detailed in articles in Beasics for Life Reality.. in http://formefirst.com/onLifeBasics.html. More? Seek counseling timely. ...Read more
Can you get diseases like std's from someones sweat?I was in dance class and i was partners with a guy drenched in sweat. He got me wet! will i b ok?
Male & female: Chlamydia:Painful urination, low abdominal pain, discharge from urethra in men & vagina in women, Pain with intercourse in Fs &in testis in Ms. Gonorrhea: Pus-like or blood discharge from vagina or penis, pain w urination, Abn menses, painful swollen testes or BMs.Trichomonas: similar + strong vaginal odor. HIV: none at first then flu like,fatigue, rash & swollen glands, later night sweats,fatigue ...Read more
Technically...: If you know neither partner has any of the transmissible diseases, then no. However, there are many potential options, so if concerned, should be examined and tested. May be unrelated issue. ...Read more