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can I have a crab stuck in my crevice, help me
Crabs or pubic lice prefer to live in and around hair. If you think you have one caught in the folds of your genitals, simply wash the area gently with warm water to remove it. To read more about pubic lice and how to treat them, see https://smartsexresource.com/topics/pubic-lice Health Nurse
Hello I had protected oral and touched a girl's clitoris for a few seconds. Im pretty sure the condom didn't break, I've had condoms break before and it's pretty obvious when they do. My two questions are can I get any STI through these activities? I had a two week 4th gen HIV test that came back negative and a 3 week rapid test that came back negative. How accurate and dependable is the two week 4th gen test? I suffer from extreme anxiety and my doctor has me on meds to get me to my 6 week...
Hi, thanks for your question. You cannot get HIV or an STI from the activities you describe. Its great that you have been to your doctor who has taken your concerns seriously, that you are now taking medications that help with your ongoing anxiety and you have a referral already. Also have a look at our anxiety/worry page, it has some helpful hints on what to do when anxious and worried about STI... Read Full Answer
I had been tested for STD's, and while chlamydia, gonorrhea, and hep B show negative, the likes of syphilis, HIV, and hep C were sent to BCDC. If one does test positive for the latter three, will they be contacted by a health care provider?
Hi, thanks for your question. If something went wrong with the testing, if you need to retest or if any of the test results for HIV, syphilis and Hepatitis C were positive, then you would be contacted by a nurse from the BCCDC. There is a responsibility to inform you that there is an infection detected, to offer further testing and to arrange for treatment and follow up care. Health Nurse
get you get symtoms of stds as soon as one day??? say 4 hours
Hi, thanks for your question. The quick answer is no sti symptoms usually appear so quickly. The most common early symptoms of burning when urinating and pus discharge from the penis will occur with gonorrhea within 3-5 days of the sexual contact. However if you have had unprotected sex prior to this encounter, it is possible for symptoms to be reflecting that past contact and would be best to... Read Full Answer