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Ureaplasma Urealyticum Can I Kiss My Partner
If I got prostatitis from oral sex. Can I pass it on to someone else. Chlmydia, gon, mycoplasma gen UU negative. really worried I could infect my wife?
Consider it so: Get in to see doc and get treated. Avoid "homework" until your doc thinks you are clear. Tell the spouse you got this possible staph infection from not peeing enough, or not having sex enough,or whatever else you come up with.She may suspect the truth but if you give her something that might be true she may spare you. ...Read more
Yes: You can if they have oral lesions. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Known to us, in a sense, ureaplasm urealyticum is an oppportunistic organism, which may exist in genital tract without symptoms. For your condition, just live on with no practical need to worry and drive self crazy. In fact, we all have to fight against the invisible war with all surrounding . environmental micro-orqnisms with natural bariers (skin/mucosa) and personal immune defense (humoral) ... ...Read more
No, but: You can get oral gonorrhea. It's not from the semen, but the contact with infected tissue. People get gonorrhea by having sex with someone who has the disease. “having sex” means anal, vaginal, or oral sex. Gonorrhea can still be transmitted via fluids even if a man does not ejaculate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can i get chlamidia through kissing is the person i kiss had oral sex before and does have chlamidia?
Yes: Chlamydia can be carried in the oropharynx and transmitted from there. ...Read more
Here are some...: Ureaplasma is known as a bug causing NGU -non-gonorrheal urethritis but with relatively low virulence. For average healthy persons, kissing alone should not cause its related disease as long as there is no breakthrough of natural barriers-skin and mucosa although transmitting bugs from contacting with environments is inevitable. More? Seek counseling timely for current and future concerns. ...Read more
Better not: Oral herpes usually due to herpes type-1and genital herpes usually due to herpes type 2. So both of you may get infected with different types. However sometimes same strain may cause both infection. So it is not wise to practice oral sex when you have active infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably not: Trichomonas generally does not infect the oral cavity, and therefore not transmitted by oral sex. If you have vaginal trich, of course you should get it treated and best to avoid all sex until then. However, performing oral sex on your partner -- or him performing oral on you -- probably is risk free. But other STDs often co-exist with trich, so maybe risk of gonorrhea, chlamydia, etc. ...Read more
Several reasons: You had it but he never caught it (not likely if no sex with others in past few mo). His test missed it. His infection cleared on its own (gon is cleared by the immune system in a few wks or mos). He was treated, didn't tell you. Or he isn't being truthful about his test result. Most important: he still must be treated. NO sex with him until he has been treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had unprotected oral and vaginal sex and got chlamydia. I'm on azithromycin but suck my thumb, can I reinfect myself this way if i had throat chlam?
No: You cannot give yourself chlamydia.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can't say: But it is a sexually transmitted disease, one of you got it from somebody sometime. ...Read more
Yes: Testing must be confirmed and if so, it can be treated. ...Read more
I have oral herpes 1, I don't have it genitally, if I have unprotected vaginal sex can my partner get infected?
Vaginal sex no risk: Herpes can only be transmitted by direct, personal contact with the infected area. Assuming you do not also have genital HSV1, vaginal sex cannot transmit it. However, kissing or oral sex could transmit it to his mouth or penis, respectively. He could have a blood test to see if he already has HSV1 (half the population has it). If so, he is immune to catching it again. ...Read more
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