If one partner has herpes but no outbreak during intercourse how long after sexual intercourse will the other person have an outbreak?

Maybe, maybe not. 70% of people contract genital herpes when the partner does not have an outbreak. Taking antiviral meds will help to reduce the chance of passing it to your partner. As to when the other partner might have an outbreak, that is variable and when an outbreak occurs depends on may factors, such as stress and your immune system.

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How long after sexual intercourse should I wait to be tested for STDs and have an accurate result?

It Depends. There are twelve common STDS. Some can be diagnosed within days of infection and some takes months before a valid test can be accurate. You need to have a good primary care expert to help guide you through these complicated issues. You should also be able to name the common STDs and know how they are prevented or tested for.
2-3 weeks. Earliest way to know about STD is to do blood test in 2-3 weeks after having sex. It is quite accurate.

Iwould like to know how long residual fluids, skin or excrements can last in the male body after sexual intercourse, please?

Depends many factors. Both partners should go to the doctor for an STD workup. Excrement is waste matter discharged from the bowels, feces which can be a reservoir for bacteria, viruses. Etc. Consider Condoms for safe sex.

Hello I am 18 years old and during and after sexual intercourse I bleed its been happening for about a month now what could it be?

See an OB/GYN. This could be multiple different things, but one of the concerns is that you have some inflammatory lesion on your cervix (the end of the uterus extending into the top of the vagina). This could be due to human papilloma virus, which can cause uterine cancer. To be certain you are not missing anything would recommend seeing a gynecologist soon. Bleeding is not normal.

Causes of itching in the vagina after sexual intercourse with male partner itching in the vagina after sexual intercourse

Consider. Consider a possible allergy to the condom (if used) any lubricant used, or any soaps or lotions your partner is using. If it is only after sex and not at any other time then this is likely a real possibility and warrants some investigating on your part. Trial and error will uncover the cause. If not see your doctor for an evaluation. Best of luck.