Why sexual intercourse hurts with no signs of std's?

Not always linked. There are lots of reasons that sexual intercourse might hurt that have absolutely nothing to do with std's. Talk to your gynecologist.

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Can your first sexual intercourse cause temporary and minor discomfort while urinating? I have this minor pain yet no std's, or any other signs of uti

Not uncommon. First intercourse may cause discomfort while urinating. However, if symptoms worsen or persist, or if other symptoms such as vaginal discharge or abdominal pain arise, you should see your primary care doctor or gynecologist. Read more...
Yes it can. Hope you insist on sex partner wearing protection (condom). Also that have had or plan to have the hpv (herpes) vaccine. Symptoms will probably settle down soon, otherwise suggest you get a urine test. Additionally, urinating after sex, to empty bladder, significantly reduces risk of uti. Read more...

What are some sample name of medicines if acquired STD during sexual intercourse?

Why do you ask? Some common ones are cefixime, azithromycin, doxycycline, acyclovir, valacyclovir, and metronidazole. This kind of question often indicates someone has found a sex partner is taking an antibiotic and is worried he or she might have an STD. However, all of these (and other drugs) also are used for many non-STD problems. Talk with your partner, and/or visit a doctor or clinic for STD testing. Read more...

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. Read more...
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 . Read more...

Gave sexual intercourse on the 14, said he didn't have any STDS, but nervous. What should I do? Nothing suspicious on his private parts

Trust & causal sex. You on contraceptives , so you don't have to worry about unwanted pregnancy , if ' he did't have STDs ' then what you are worried about , failure rate of contraceptives 1 % per year , if infected with STD s then risk is 100% , see your doctor for advise and possible testing . Read more...

4 days late. No sexual intercourse but fooled around naked genitals touching, 4 neg tests. Feeling naseus, how common is a baby or is this a std?

Time to see Dr. Go to a dr or to planned parenthood & see what is going on - get an exam, etc. While you are there, please discuss appropriate birth control. You should not have ant contact w/ a penis for any reason without a condom and good birth control unless you want to get an std and/or get pregnant because both are possible when you fool around. Please take care of yourself. No guy is worth it - trust me. Read more...

I'm married and this is the 2nd time I have gotten trichamonas v. He says its b/c he isnt circumcised. But this is an std, needs sexual intercourse rig?

Sorry to say. But being circumcised does not reduce the infection. Thus, being uncircumcised does not mean more infection of trich, gonorrhea, or chlamydia. It is a std. If you were both were treated the first time and then recultured to determine that both of you were not infected, then there should be no reinfection. Read more...
Trichomonas is a STD. You caught it from him unless u have other partners. He got if from someone else. Possible that either u or he were inadequately treated first time. Presence of foreskin is not cause of std, thus not a good excuse! Read more...