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Does a cut AFTER oral sex increase risk?

Hello, here’s my situation and quest I’ve performed oral sex on a partners of unknown STD status clitoris (rest was protected). Then i drank some wine, had a smoke and cleaned my mouth with a mouthwash (though not really properly) Then i was licking a lid of food and got a small cut on the tip of my mouth. So the question: Is it a […]

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Is it possible to get HPV by my son?

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What is the link between HPV and cervical cancer?

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Does a cut AFTER oral sex increase risk?

Hello, here’s my situation and quest I’ve performed oral sex on a partners of unknown STD status clitoris (rest was protected). Then i drank some wine, had a smoke and cleaned my mouth with a mouthwash (though not really properly) Then i was licking a lid of food and got a small cut on the tip of my mouth. So the question: Is it a […]

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Does a cut AFTER oral sex increase risk?

Hello, here’s my situation and quest I’ve performed oral sex on a partners of unknown STD status clitoris (rest was protected). Then i drank some wine, had a smoke and cleaned my mouth with a mouthwash (though not really properly) Then i was licking a lid of food and got a small cut on the tip of my mouth. So the question: Is it a […]

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Hepatitis B Symptoms

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 million people are infected with Hepatitis B. Unprotected vaginal, anal, […]

Herpes Type 1 and Type 2 Symptoms

Herpes is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. Herpes simplex type 1 refers to oral herpes (though it can be transmitted to the genitals through oral contact). Herpes simplex type 2 refers to genital herpes. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in six Americans between the ages of 14 and 49 have genital herpes. Unprotected vaginal, […]

Trichomoniasis Symptoms

Trichomoniasis (commonly referred to as “Trich”) is caused by the parasite Trichomonas vaginalis. It is the most common curable STD with 3.7 million people infected in the United States. Of those 3.7 million, only about 30% present any symptoms. Trichomoniasis is transmitted through penis-vaginal intercourse between men and women or vulva-to-vulva contact between women. It is rarely transmitted between men. Common Symptoms of Trichomoniasis In […]

Chlamydia Symptoms

Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis and can be transmitted by vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Chlamydia usually does not present symptoms in either men or women. If symptoms do appear, they typically manifest themselves 1­3 weeks after exposure to the bacteria. There are a range of common and uncommon symptoms that you might experience. Symptoms in Women […]

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STDs in Gay and Bisexual Men

There are a variety of reasons that men who have sex with men (MSM), regardless […]

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Is it Possible to be a Virgin with an STD?

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Young People Account for Most New STD Infections

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