FAQ - Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Viral
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What kind of sexually transmitted diseases can you get from giving someone head?


what are the possible types of diseases can you get from giving a guy a b low job? please answer this asap!
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Yes, you can get gonorrhea, oral herpes, venereal warts on the lips, tongue and/or oral mucosa, chlamydia, and Hepatitis B from giving oral sex to a guy. Although the chances are very low, you may also contract HIV if the guy has the virus and you've got open sores/wounds in your mouth, no matter how minuscule they are.  (+ info)

Why should you know about sexually-transmitted diseases or infections?


Why should you know about sexually-transmitted diseases or infections? What all apply?

A. Some STDs are passed on through genetics
B. Some STDs cause cancer
C. If you have an STD you won't be able to date anyone
D. Some STDs can make women unable to have children
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all accept for C
plus condoms are not always 100% effective for stds that take genital to gential contact for transmission.
always make sure that u get tested regularally if u are having sex a lot.
for C u can date some one if u have an std but u have to be responsable and let your partner know specially if u plan on being in a serious relationship with them.
never trust a guy when they say they are clean and give u some excuse not to use a condom.
1 in 5 have genital herpes and 80% of the population has the oral type.  (+ info)

What are the causes of aids and sexually transmitted diseases and where did the diseases?


I don't think gay people are the cause of those diseases.
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Can STDs tests also reveal other diseases that aren't sexually transmitted?


I'm just curious to know if when your tested for STDS with the blood work and all will it show other possible diseases that you may have that aren't sexually transmited? Sorry if this sounds dumb, I'm just curious.
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No, and it might not even show the STD if the waiting period isn't long enough, i.e. HIV can show up as late a a year or more after infection.  (+ info)

How do sex workers prevent sexually transmitted diseases?


Some STD's are transmitted even when you use a condom so how do sex workers prevent STD's? Do they ask their potential clients if they have an STD?
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There would be no point in asking anyone if they have an STD. A lot of STD's have an incubation period when there are no signs or symptoms Bigger yet is sex workers wear protection and make their partner or client wear protection. They are tested on a routine basis (most of them anyway). So being proactive in prevention followed up with routine testing and having knowledge about STD,s keep a lot of the diseases at bay.  (+ info)

Can contracting 2 sexually transmitted diseases be the reason why I cant get pregnant now?


The diseases were Tric and gonaherra, the first time I admit it happend from a one night stand and It happend the second time when I was dating my ex for over a year. Could this be why I cant get pregnant with the boyfriend I am with now?
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These diseases can only lead to infertility if you have them for a while and don't get treated. When u these infections are in ur body for a while, they subsequently lead to Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, which causes infertility and has no cure! I'm not saying that having gono and trich caused ur STD per se...but if you had them for a while before u got treated, they may have indirectly caused infertility! But, you may not be infertile at all...you should check with a fertility specialist or ur gyno to see if u have PID!  (+ info)

Identify and discuss various sexually transmitted diseases?


Identify and discuss various sexually transmitted diseases and how do you think you can protect yourself from being infected? How can you participate in global awareness and treatment of the diseases?
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use a condom....done  (+ info)

Is it possible to be born with sexually transmitted diseases?


I mean, in the case where you never had sex, never used shared needles, etc. Then you go to the doctor's to be checked out. Is it possible that even though your parents didn't have any diseases can you be born with any of them or can they only be contracted through contact and not through birth or genetics?
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You can only be born with HIV or herpes if your mother has it at the time that you are born. If your mother did not have any STDs when you were born, you could not have been born with any STDs.  (+ info)

What are the top 5 sexually transmitted diseases?


How are they transmitted? And what are their side effects?
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Looks like some just randomly named STDs off the top of their head.

Do you mean prevalence or new infections? HPV and HSV have a higher prevalence by far as they are viral but trich would likely take the top award for new infections/year.

Since "new cases" are estimated, Ill list them in prevalence as reported by the CDC--


1 HPV
2 HSV
3 Trichomoniasis
4 Chlamydia
5 Gonorrhea

You could dispute the prevalence of HSV vs. HPV but there really isnt solid numbers to verify either way. Most STDs go undiagnosed in the first place so determining actual numbers is near impossible.

I left lice, scabies, candida, bacterial vaginosis, molluscum contagiosum off the list as they arent necessarily transmitted by sexual contact and therefor difficult to compare.

By the way, HIV infection isnt even close to being top 5.  (+ info)

How fast can you spread sexually transmitted diseases after you contract them?


Long story short I had sex with a girl whom I know had sex with a guy like the day before and I'm just a little paranoid about getting a disease. I assume they can be spread immediatly I'm just hoping someone can prove me wrong.
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As soon as you get out of bed...  (+ info)

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