Can men be dormant carriers of sexually transmitted diseases?
Can a man be a dormant carrier of sexually transmitted diseases? In other words, can a STD surface, go away and resurface?
yes (+ info
Why do humans get so many types of sexually transmitted diseases whereas animals get none?
When you think about it, humans are absolutely filthy when it comes to sex. The percentages of folks with herpes are so very high. And then you have all of the others: gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, genital warts, crabs, AIDS, Hepatitis C, etc, etc, etc. Why do humans get so many sexually transmitted diseases whereas animals get none? What is it with humans? Why does nature punish humans for having sex whereas animals can have as many sexual partners as they want and not get a disease?
There's a number or reasons for the APPARENT high incidence of STDs in humans:
1/ Sex is a common and easily studied activity among humans, unlike animals to whom we don't have the same motivation to study in this aspect.
2/ Humans are able to modify their environments rather more successfully than other species. They can become almost invulnerable to many influences, hence Nature responds by increasing the number of maladies afflicting humans to control their unrestrained overpopulation.
3/ Animals DO get STDs.
Koalas' are rife with chlamydia, armadillos' are the ONLY animal affected by syphilis (and transmittable to humans) and some monkeys have been implicated (in/accurately ?) with the spread of AIDS.
Crabs are lice and as animals are infestations rather than diseases. Their spread CAN involve sexual contact but not necessarily -- just lke nits (head lice) -- and are readily found among other animals.
Genital warts are warts on genitals.Warts are papiloma virus's that can involve contact other than sexual to spread on many animals not just humans.
Too, many animals have sexually transmitted infertility ailments that are identified and spread by researchers amongst pest populations to reduce plaguing.
Whilst many animal illness's are related to human maladies not all are transmittable between animals and human, and when they do (zoonoses) not all require sexual interaction. (+ info
What should be done about the increasing rates of sexually transmitted diseases in young people?
With the number of new episodes of sexually transmitted diseases seen in GUM clinics doubling between 1991 and 2001 and still increasing what should be done about this issue?
Its the forms of media. They are bombarded with ideas left and right from all forms of it. They make it look like its all cool and okay. Parent's have to just do the best they can in raising there children and teaching them about life. Then hope for the best. (+ info
what laws does oregon have for partner notification that has HIV, AIDS, Or other sexually transmitted diseases?
Is it against the law to not notify your partner that you are HIV positive?
Are there laws for notifying your partner that you have HIV, AIDS, or other sexually transmitted diseases?
Does an hiv test cover all kind of sexually transmitted diseases?
i've had an hiv test done last year, the result is negative/non-reactive. i'm paranoid since i'm sexually active again. i want to the test again. if i'll go to the doctor where i did the test before, will i only do the hiv test? i want to check all possible test which is connected with sex. do i need to do another test for all sexually transmitted diseases? thanks.
A HIV test only tests specifically for HIV antibodies. If you would like to check for other diseases, just let your health-care professional know and they will arrange for the other tests to be done.
btw, do remember that HIV has a 3-6 month window period where it can hide in your body and be undetectable to tests. Always remember to go back for a second test to confirm your status. (+ info
Why do they teach about sexually transmitted diseases so much in high school?
I mean, if you're going to sleep with someone, you're going to know if that person has a sexually transmitted disease. In that case, you'll know to take precaution, or to not sleep with that person at all.
What are the most serious sexually transmitted diseases?
I need to write a paper that "explores two of the most serious sexually transmitted infections, including treatments and up-to-date figures and statistics."
So, any help?
The most serious are HIV and Hepatitis B. (+ info
Waiting period for accurate sexually transmitted diseases or aids test results?
If you have unprotected sex with someone you thought was monogomous, but turns out was not, how long is the aids testing waiting period and also for other sexually transmitted diseases?
STDs have different rates depending on the STD/ HIV has a 3 month window period. But I would suggest testing for HIV now and again in 90 days, for your peace of mind. (+ info
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!
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
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
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