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What happens if I have sex during my treatment of chlamydia
Hi, If you have sex during the time you're being treated for Chlamydia, you can pass it to your partner. If they get Chlamydia, it can be passed back to you again as well. To be on the safe side we recommend that you do not have sex until: - one week after your 1-day treatment; or - your 7-day treatment is complete, and - your sex partner(s) have also been treated, even if their test... Read Full Answer
Will HPV immunization still be helpful if you already have genital warts?
Hi The HPV vaccine gives the best protection when it is given before someone starts having sex. As HPV is really common we know that people get exposed to it soon after they start having sex, but since most of the time HPV causes no symptoms people are unaware that this has happened. If you have genital warts it means you have been exposed to at least one strain of HPV. At the clinic level, we... Read Full Answer
When taking chlamydia antibiotics is it ok to have sex with condoms?
Hi It’s best to wait until you and any sex partners have finished your antibiotics before having sex. The reason we say this is because chlamydia usually does not show any symptoms and it’s difficult to know if it would be passed to you again or to someone else. Condoms offer good protection against chlamydia, but if you do have sex before you finish your antibiotics it would be good to do a... Read Full Answer
Hello, i was reading your oral sex chart and wondered why mouth on penis is higher risk than mouth on vagina? And which way is the infection being passed? To the owner of the penis or mouth? Or both ways? thx
Hello, Thanks for your great question. I see what you mean about the oral sex chart. The main difference in risk I think you’re referring to is with chlamydia and gonorrhea related to mouth on penis sex. As it says on the chart that gonorrhea, chlamydia, HPV, herpes and syphilis are easily passed (when someone has the infection) during mouth on penis sex without a barrier versus HPV,... Read Full Answer
can i use a flavoured condom for a sexual intercourse ??
Hi Yes, it is fine to use flavoured condoms for oral, vaginal or anal sex. You just need to be careful if using the condom for oral and then using the same condom for vaginal or anal sex. Having the condom around the teeth with oral sex could increase the chance of the condom being damaged. If there is any concerns just change to a new condom if vaginal or anal sex will take place. Please... Read Full Answer