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Vaginal Std From Preformiing Fellatio
18 days ago Unprotected blowjob, penis rubbing vagina no penetration.99.4 temp for 4day. Std/hiv neg at 15 days. Hiv early symptoms? What to do now?
Stop worrying: Your HIV risk is basically zero from this, your temp is not even a real fever, but if you're confident you're having symptoms ("HIV seroconversion is the worst case of the 'flu I ever had"), get checked for infectious mono. Use a condom next time because you're a gentleman. Cherish the memory of having shared love. Best wishes. ...Read more
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
Not necessarily: But good to get this evaluatedGet a more detailed answer ›
Here are some...: Foul-odored vaginal discharge suggests BV or STD-related vaginitis, usually being bacterial, chlamydia, trichomonas, etc. But, clinically it doesn't matter because you need to be treated and followed anyway. More? Ask the treating doctor timely so to get right Dx for right Rx, care, and counseling for the present and the future. ...Read more
Needs testing: Vaginal discharge requires an examination to determine the cause and treatment. Bacterial vaginosis is the most common cause and often has a vaginal odor. Vaginal itching can be a sign of a yeast infection. Sometimes vaginal discharge can be a sign of a sexual transmitted infection. Testing is important to determine the treatment and keep you and your partner safe. ...Read more
It depends: The effect that untreated STDs have on a baby who was delivered vaginally depends on the std. Some STDs may cause repiratory lesions, preterm labor, low birth weight, eye infections, pneumonia, death or still birth, deafness, blindness, meningitis, etc. Early prenatal care is vital to prevent transmission of disease from mother to baby. ...Read more
Depends: If you're sure it's not an std (if you're still a virgin) then vulvar (outer skin) lesions are most likely to be due to shaving or infections of the hair follicles. Use a mild antibacterial soap and avoid shaving for a few months and see if they resolve. You can also try a hydro-cortisone cream twice daily. If they persist or recur, get to a good ob/gyn to help determine the cause. ...Read more
Depends: The vagina will make a normal discharge that can be clear, white, yellow or greenish. If it is associated with itching, burning or foul odor, I would recommend evaluation with a doctor. Other possibilities could be bacterial vaginitis, yeast, inflammation or foreign objects..... ...Read more
Please help....what should I do if I all of a sudden have a cheesy vaginal ordor. Could if be an STD?
Was wondering with std check if neg for all vaginal std check was wondering will it be the same for anal or do I need to a swab?
It depends.: If you did not have vaginal penetration, and only anal (or oral) penetration, then you could get an std that won't show up on a vaginal swab. In that case, get checked. It also depends on how much of each type occurred and for how long. If worried, check all orifices! ...Read more
Had oral and vaginal sex with my girlfriend about an hour after she cut herself shaving dating six months no STDs anything I need to worry about?
Ouch for her!: A vulvar cut followed by the "aggravation" of sexual activity, means she must care deeply for you. The only "worry" is she needs to make sure the "cut" doesn't get infected. ...Read more
I have diaheraa like once a day or twice, why do I see my food in my diaheraa? Anything to do with std? I had vaginal sex 26 day ago! I am stressed.
Separate issues: If concerned about the possibility of std's, please go to your doctor and be checked. Having diarrhea with food in it sounds like a separate issue -- still uncomfortable, though. Sometimes being very anxious can result in this. But there are also other causes of malabsorption (the reason you still see food particles. In your poo). Tell your doctor about both issues & s/he will sort it out. ...Read more
I had an appt thursday and had a vaginal swab done. I got a call today to book an appt but not until the 24. Does this mean I tested positive stds?
Not necessarily: If there was a positive result, most likely a course of treatment would be instituted right away. More likely your doctor wants to review things in person and perhaps do some counseling with you. It never hurts to call your doctor to see if you can get confirmation of results in the interim however. ...Read more
Male to female unprotrcted sex (vaginal) been 6weeks now. What STD can I rule out at this time? And what STD needs time to rule out. 1n only sex ever.
STDS: Gosh. How did you let yourself get to this point? I do not understand this panic. Most sexual encounters do not transmit any stds. You are not reporting any symptoms of any stds. Why are you so panicked? If you get this panicked why did you have sex? Why did you not prepare yourself with vaccinations and condoms? Honestly. Perhaps we should be looking for therapy rather than medical evaluation. ...Read more
Need to exam: Nothing better than a proper gyn exam to answer your questions. ...Read more
Ask your doctor: Without knowing the results of prior tests, it would be hard to guess about why you need a vaginal biopsy. Your doctor should be able to explain why before you have the biopsy done. ...Read more
Only my girlfriend has the vaginal symptoms, but I'm fine. So, could it be something other then a std?
If I keep going on with this constant vaginal burning will it become untreatable idont know what it is no STDs what should ido?
Need a diagnosis: There are many things that can cause vaginal burning and a diagnosis is needed to determine the treatment. Yeast infections are the most common cause. Over the counter yeast creams are quite effective. Herpes is a common cause. Allergic reactions to household products are not rare. Lichen scleroris and lichen simplex chronicus are other skin disorders that we often find. An exam is needed. ...Read more
I took a vaginal health test & it said my pH was normal. So my question is, if I have an std, would the vaginal health test have been postitive?
Unsure: You could easily have a normal vaginal ph but still have an std. The test would have to be specifically for an std in order to give an accurate result. ...Read more
I itch a lot on the sides of my vaginal area. Because of this, I have dark patches on both sides. I'm a virgin so I cannot have std. What can it be?
See an OB/GYN: Go and get examined. Cannot possibly diagnose this without seeing it. Best wishes. ...Read more
Probably not: The most common colors of vaginal discharges are greenish foul odor, clear assoc with burning sensation to urinate and withish cotton like appearance c vulvar redness and itching, others std's as syphilis, granuloma, herpes, HIV generally don't cause vaginal discharges pink probably is traumatic most of the time or close to menstrual cycle. ...Read more
STDs: Without seeing this cannot possibly diagnose. There are skin eruptions associated with several stds and would need far more info to try and answer your question in further detail. My suggestion is that if you feel you were exposed to an std go and see a doctor, be examined and tested thoroughly. Good luck. ...Read more
OK: It is ok to try and otc remedy first, but if you're concerned about having an std, get tested. Stds don't always have obvious symptoms. Also, if you try an otc product and it doesn't work, it always makes sense to be seen. ...Read more
Exchange of: Body fluids is always risky and can transmit STD's. ...Read more
It depends: If the injuries were minor (swelling) 5 to 7 days. If there were lacerations or an infection 10 days to 2 weeks. ...Read more
Is it true it's not likely to contract HIV thru vaginal enter course if you've never had any stds, or stis?
Is it true that it is less likely to contract HIV through vaginal enter course if you've never had an STD or sti?
I received unprotected oral sex. What are my chances of getting an std? Had protected vaginal. I didn't preform oral.
Minimal: You could conceivably get herpes in this manner, and if the man had oral syphilitic lesions this could be transmitted, but unlikely. Most stds will not be transmitted by saliva which has enzymes which kill most organisms. If, however, your partner had a bleeding lesion then it is conceivable, but still not likely. If you are concerned always better to be tested and safe rather than sorry. ...Read more
Please please help! Constant burning right inside vaginal opening, no std's, had this pain for over a month and just won't go away!?
See an OB/GYN: This could be one of many things and without an exam it would only be a wild guess. Go get examined and treated. ...Read more
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