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Dr. Robert Killian
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Std (Definition)

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


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Protected sex with csw legal brothel, oral thrush after two weeks got tested for all stds hiv at 3 week and again 4 week all negative, causes? Stress

Protected sex with csw legal brothel, oral thrush after two weeks got tested for all stds hiv at 3 week and again 4 week all negative, causes? Stress

Probably no worries: First, confirm the diagnosis. Most oral white spots or coated tongue are not yeast infection (thrush). Even if that's what you have, most cases are in entirely healthy people without HIV or other health problems. Discuss with your doctor. HIV test is conclusive at 4 weeks if it's a 4th generation (antigen-antibody) test. Gon/chlamydia conclusive after 3-4 days. 6 weeks for syphilis test ...Read more

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If my wife has an STD what is the likelihood I get it if we have unprotected sex?

If my wife has an STD what is the likelihood I get it if we have unprotected sex?

Good chance: That depends on which std you're talking about, but in general you have a high likelihood of getting an std if you have unprotected sex with someone who has it. ...Read more

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What is the likelihood of someone using a condom and still getting a std?

What is the likelihood of someone using a condom and still getting a std?

Very Low...: Using condoms properly with every sexual encounter is the absolute best way to prevent transmission of sexually transmitted infections. ...Read more

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What is the likelihood of contracting an STD when there was no fluid transfer?

Depends: It depends on the std. Both hpv and herpes are transferred by skin to skin contact. Fluid transfer isn't required. ...Read more

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What is the likelihood that STD occurs the only time you have unprotected sex?

What is the likelihood that STD occurs the only time you have unprotected sex?

Unprotected Sex.....: I think this question is valuable for many people. But, there is no likelihood to give you statistics and hard facts.

One should consider that every sexual encounter can put them at risk for disease. This leads to healthier choices to use condoms and to get into relationship with partners you can learn to trust.

But, any unprotected sexual encounter can lead to infection with an std. ...Read more

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What is the likelihood of contracting an std/sti after my episode?

What is the likelihood of contracting an std/sti after my episode?

At risk: That might depend on how risky your episode was. If you had sexual intecourse with an individual with a sexually transmitted disease than you are at risk. Unfortunately, normally there isn't a way to know if the individual having sex with you does or does not have an std. When in doubt - check it out. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about the likelihood of STD transmission through a handjob?

Can you tell me about the likelihood of STD transmission through a handjob?

Unlikely: Transmission of an std via masturbation (self or with partner) with hands is highly unlikely. However, one could potentially transmit infections if there were any kind of rash or open sores on the hands. A herpetic lesion on the hand would be an example. ...Read more

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Could you tell me what is the likelihood of STD transmission through a handjob and facial?

Could you tell me what is the likelihood of STD transmission through a handjob and facial?

Very low: Contact with an open chancroid lesion can transmit. That wouldn't be very likely. ...Read more

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What is the likelihood of acquiring and std/hiv from unprotected sex?

What is the likelihood of acquiring and std/hiv from unprotected sex?

Difficult to answer: It depends on the risk factor of your partner. Does your partner have hiv? Does your partner have an std? How many sexual partners does your partner have? Does your partner use IV drugs like heroine. If you are worried get tested with your family doctor or gyn. ...Read more

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What is the likelihood that std's like gonorrhea could be transferred from saliva alone with deep kissing? How would oral infection be treated?

What is the likelihood that std's like gonorrhea could be transferred from saliva alone with deep kissing? How would oral infection be treated?

No risk, no worries: Gonorrhea and other STDs are not transmitted by saliva or by kissing, even prolonged or "deep" kissing. Oral STDs are caught only by performing oral sex on an infected partner. (Oral herpes due to HSV1 can be transmitted by kissing, but isn't considered an STD.) Oral gonorrhea and other STDs are treated with the same antibiotics as genital infections. ...Read more

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Can you get an STD from using a gym shower?

Can you get an STD from using a gym shower?

That depends...: ...On what you do in the shower. You won't get one from showering alone. ...Read more

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Can you get an STD from using a public restroom?

Can you get an STD from using a public restroom?

STD: It is very unlikely. To my knowledge there have been no known cases of someone contracting an STD from a public restroom. ...Read more

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Is it likely so get an STD while using condoms?

Is it likely so get an STD while using condoms?

Possible!: Much less likely. The cheapest route to prevent stds. But they break, and do not necessarily cover the penis base well. Herpes can get through there as well as other stds.
Boest regimen: know your partner; avoid getting intoxicated, and use a condom! (also to avoid unwanted fatherhood!). ...Read more

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Can I get a STD from using a mastrubator my brother used?

Can I get a STD from using a mastrubator my brother used?

Yes: If your brother has an std and both you and him use it without cleaning it and within a short time, it is possible. ...Read more

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Can u get a STD when using a comdom?

Can u get a STD when using a comdom?

Sometimes: Condoms when used properly certainly can cut down the risk of catching std. But sexual activity can be vigorous, and the chance of a std somehow spreading is still there even though lessened. Fortunately most std's can be treated. See your family doctor if you have suspicions. And get your partner into treatment if they have a problem. ...Read more

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My bf's brother is gay. We don't know if his bf has stds But if he does And it's transmitted to his brother would my bf get i2 if using same toilet?

My bf's brother is gay. We don't know if his bf has stds But if he does And it's transmitted to his brother would my bf get i2 if using same toilet?

Absolutely no risk: HIV and STDs are only transmitted by sex or blood. Nobody in the same house of someone with HIV, syphilis, herpes, HPV or other STDs -- sharing bathrooms, kitchens, etc -- ever is infected unless they also are sex partners or share injection equipment with the infected person. Profile says you're male and have a bf. If so, there's your only HIV/STD risk. Be safe and get tested from time to time. ...Read more

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Can you get an STD from using public bathrooms, showers or a bed in hotel?

Can you get an STD from using public bathrooms, showers or a bed in hotel?

Only by sex!: They're called "sexually transmitted" for good reason. STDs are not simply infections that involve the genitals. The bacteria and viruses that cause them evolved so that they cannot be transmitted by contacts like this -- only by the intimate contact of sex. (If they were so easy to transmit, they would be common without sex and not called STDs!) Don't worry at all about such things. ...Read more

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Can u get an infection or STD by using a shower hose for self pleasuring purposes?

Can u get an infection or STD by using a shower hose for self pleasuring purposes?

Possibly: This would be much more likely to happen with females, but f the water stream were irritating enough or strong enough to push bacteria back retrograde through the urethra, this could led to a UTI. You can't get an STD that way though - by definition, those diseases are "sexually transmitted", not shower hose transmitted. ...Read more

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Is there a way I can get tested for stds?

Is there a way I can get tested for stds?

STD Clinic: Most cities have clinics which offer this service for free. Google it for the area where you live. ...Read more

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How often should you get tested for stds?

How often should you get tested for stds?

Depends on activity: That depends on how often you're having sex, especially unprotected sex. It could be anywhere from never to every 3 months. I have some patients who should probably be tested every week! But remember that there's no single easy test for stds. To test broadly you may need a combination of blood tests, urine tests, and often throat and rectal swabs. ...Read more

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What is the minimum age someone can get stds?

What is the minimum age someone can get stds?

Before birth: There are a number of sexually transmitted diseases that a mother can pass directly to baby prior to or during the process of birth. After birth, the possibility exists at any age depending on the hygiene and practices of the child's caretakers. ...Read more

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What is the minimum age someone can get stds?

What is the minimum age someone can get stds?

There's no minimum: If sex occurs (especially if there is penile penetration tinto another person's vagina, anus, or mouth), STDs can be transmitted. Of course that means the vast majority of STDs occur in adults or teens who are sexually active, but babies and young children sometimes get STDs from sexual abuse. Also, if a pregnant woman is infected, some STDs can be transmitted to babies in the uterus or at birth. ...Read more

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If my husband tests negative for stds, how could I get 1?

Who knows?: Being negative for stds on testing still does not guarantee for 100% saying no stds because all the tests have their false positive or negative result. Furthermore, many men and women are asymptomatic carriers notably for hpv, herpes, chlamydia, etc. In real life, we have to keep up good health to win the war against bacteria, yeasts, virus as much as we can through practicing healthy lifestyle. ...Read more

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When you get an STD how do it look?

Varies: Many times, STDs such as chlamydia can be completely asymptomatic. One would never know they had it unless they got tested at their doctor's office. Other STDs show signs such as sores on the genitals or pain during sex or urination. If you think you have an std, you might consider seeing your physician for some tests. ...Read more

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Can men get false positives for STD?

Can men get false positives for STD?

POSSIBLE: Men and women can get false positives for std testing.
For example: the specificity rate for enzyme immunoassay HIV screening tests indicates that, in 1, 000 HIV test results of healthy individuals, about 15 of these results will be a false positive! ...Read more

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When should you get tested for an std?

When should you get tested for an std?

After unsafe sex: You are at risk after unprotected sex particularly if it is anonymous. The number of partners increases the risk. Symptom of discharge or burning urination or ulceration are strongly suggestive. Consider these. Go for an evaluation if you feel at risk. If you want to switch to a monogamous relationship go with your partner. ...Read more

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Can I get any STDs from a dry vibrator?

Can I get any STDs from a dry vibrator?

Not Really: No you would not have STD from a vibrator that you alone use. If shared, that could happen. ...Read more

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