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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?

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.) Read more...

All STDs neg but hsv1 was 2.82h I had oral sex 4 weeks prior of test. Doc says its an old oral infection. Worried it could be new. Never any symptoms.

No way to tell. no way to tell if herpes is old or new, most likely is prior infection unless you've had sores recently. Read more...
HSV 1. What is your question? HVS 1 is extremely common and you likely have had it for a long time but even if its a recent infection, you have no symptoms and there is no intervention. What is the cause of your worry? HSV is only transmissible when there is acute flare up with visible lesions. I would highly recommend practicing responsible, safe sex to save yourself more worries in the future. Read more...

Yestarday my gf did oral sex to me and today she have fever and oral infection, why? Do I have a STD or something?

Hope you don't. What are the chances that you acquired an STD from someone? You would likely know if you had gonorrhea. But, timeline seems too rapid for her to have developed an STD from oral sex within a matter of hours. Her oral infection was likely brewing & non-symptomatic when you had sex. Read more...

Mouth infection for last two days?

Mouths and Sores. I may need more information. A tooth abscess is the first thought and this would need immediate dental evaluation. Herpes or other cold sore like lesions would quickly respond to anti-herpes medications. Infections not in the above categories such as bitten tongue and other cheek injuries from teeth may heal on their own without any intervention. Read more...
See a dentist ASAP. A mouth infection won't go away without treatment and then it may spread to your jaw, cheeks, sinus and to other areas of your head and neck. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays and treatment. Read more...

When should you go see a doctor for a mouth infection?

As soon as possible. You see a doctor if you believe you have a mouth infection. If you are experiencing any symptoms or show any signs that are abnormal, seek the consul of a dentist. It is often easier to diagnosis at the time of the symptoms. A mouth infection can become serious, chronic, and/or deadly. Good luck. . Read more...

What to do about a mouth infection?

See a Dr. You should see a dr. To get properly diagnosed so the best and most appropriate treatment is provided to you. Beest wishes. Read more...
See your dentist. When the inside of your mouth gets hurt or irritated, bacteria may enter and cause an oral infection. Dentists are experts on all types of mouth problems, so your dentist will be able to treat the condition and to prevent future complications. Read more...

How to recover from mouth infection?

See your Dentist. If the infection is in a tooth or teeth, only your dentist can fix it. If the infection is elsewhere in your mouth,then it may need to be incised and drained or you may need antibiotics. Your dentist will sort it out. Read more...

What can be the source of a mouth infection?

Poor oral hygiene. A thorough teeth cleaning will help determine if the cause is periodontal or otherwise! a decaying tooth can also be infected! Read more...
Most common cause. is a bacteria from a tooth cavity can cause a dental abscess, or infection of the mouth. Always see your dentist because he/she is experts on all types of mouth problems, so your dentist will be able to treat the condition and to prevent future complications. Read more...