eg. How do you approach an STD test with a new partner?
What are the chances of a male getting an STD by receiving unprotected oral sex? Assuming he is healthy, no other infections or diseases, no cuts or sores etc. Many sources simply say it is possible to transmit STDs via oral sex so you must use a condom. I am interested in a more detailed […]
I mean a spouse gives an STD to his/her spouse after an affair… the spouse who go the disease has no idea his/her spouse had sex with someone else, so s/he sleeps with their cheating spouse, then it’s transmitted. What are your thoughts on this, do you think it should be considered a crime? I […]
So can u get an std if you and your partner have sexual intercourse and that both of you don’t already have an STD?
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Basically I had unprotected oral sex almost 3 weeks ago. A couple days later I found a red spot or raised skin on my penis. Went and got tested the next day and said I was positive for hsv1. But the doctor also said I\’ve probably had it for a while since it takes time […]
I am experiencing high temperature, pain in lower back, pain & slight burning sensation in eyes, sore throat and slight cough on the 4th day after unprotected sex. I had sex with same girl in 1st week of Nov 2016 and the unprotected sex date was 5-Feb-2017. These fever & sore throat symptoms started showing […]
I’ve been treated for gonorrhea. Is it safe for me to have sex with a condom?
I am a gay man and I went to a sauna in London. I performed unprotected oral and received protected anal sex (I was bottom). Another gay tried to suck me off which lasted about 20seconds and then I stopped him. There wasn\’t any ejaculation from anyone. Are the chances strong that I have an […]
The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) weakens the body’s immune system, making it vulnerable to disease and infection. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 1.2 million people have HIV in the United States. The good news is, the rate of new cases has decreased 19% in the last decade. Like other sexually transmitted diseases, […]
While many STDs present mild or no symptoms in both men and women, it is important for women to recognize the potential signs of infection. Common symptoms women might experience when infected with an STD are itching, bumps, or burning urination. However, symptoms can take a few days or a few weeks to develop, or […]
Hepatitis B causes inflammation of the liver and can be sexually transmitted. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), while Hepatitis B infection is on the decline due to better prevention measures implemented in the 1990s, nearly 3,000 people were infected with the virus in 2014. Globally, the CDC reports between 850,000 and 2.2 […]
Gonorrhea is a common sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Unprotected vaginal, anal, and oral sexual contact can all transmit gonorrhea and symptoms, if they appear, do so within about ten days of exposure to the bacteria. Gonorrhea usually does not present symptoms in either men or women, or if it does, […]
When you have a cold, you know you have a cold–your nose runs, your throat hurts, and you want to sleep for days.. Some infections, like the common cold or flu, are easy to spot. Unfortunately, STDs often present […]read more
While many people may consider oral sex a safe sexual practice, in actuality many STDs can be transmitted through oral sex. Common STDs such as chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhea, HPV, and syphilis can be transmitted through unprotected […]read more