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My husband and I have Genital Herpes. I had a C section due to this. We were recently away on vacation with our 8 month old. There was only a stand up shower in our hotel so my husband showered with my 8 month old. In the shower there was a sitting area. My husband sat down on it and then briefly rested my baby on his lap to wash him. He only did this for about 5-10 seconds because I saw and reminded him not to. He doesn’t have any open sores or symptoms of an outbreak and has had the virus...
Based on what you have shared with me it sounds like there are no significant exposures to indicate an HSV infection. Herpes is passed by skin-to-skin contact between one person who has the virus and another who does not. This contact needs to be directly with the part of the body where aperson has the virus. For example, if someone has oral herpes, their mouth is the area of the body that... Read Full Answer
Dear Sir, I am here to write you an e-mail because I have some concerned about HIV . I am again in relationship with Egyptian Girl Friend. We kissed each other that was lips to lip wet kissing. I did not taste any blood nor I did not see any blood. Tongue was not involved during Kiss. I asked her that do you have any gum disease. She told me that some time when she brushed her teeth, sometime blood comes, but not often or every day. In the light of above is there any chances that I...
Based on what you've shared with me, there is no risks for HIV transmission. Below I have highlighted means of HIV transmission for you. If you would like to learn more about HIV I recommend you use our website and search for keyword HIV. HIV can only be passed by these five body fluids: blood semen (including pre-cum) rectal fluid vaginal fluid breast milk HIV can be passed when... Read Full Answer
Hi there couple days ago i had a sex with an escort by appointment only i took a shower and she came back she wash my hands to make sure i'm clean than we started she put condom on my fellatio to give me oral sex and than she came on top of me than we did sideways when we did sideways the condom went inside her i pulled out and we put new condom on i think the condom went inside of her maby for 1-2 minute but at the end i came inside the condom my question is what are my risk for catching STD?...
Hi Let me know if I got this wrong but is sounds like the condom slipped off while you were having vaginal sex. The concern would be if you came in contact with any vaginal fluids when this happed, I could see that depending were the condom was when it slipped off that your penis may or may not have come in contact with vaginal fluids. It sounds like you have been really safe with using... Read Full Answer
I’ve been diagnosed with hpv and am being treated for one genital wart above my labia. My boyfriend and I (I am a female) have been having unprotected sex for 6 months and the wart (previously thought to be a skin tag) has always been present. Can my boyfriend and I still have sexual while I’m being treated, can I give him oral sex as well and do we need to use co dons. He most likely has it and can we pass it back and forth?
HPV is a skin-to-skin contact STI which means that it is possible to transmit the virus to your partner during sex. It is important to note that there are more than 150 different types of strains of HPV, and only a few will cause genital warts. This means that you don't necesarily need to have a wart to have HPV. Rest assured that HPV is quite common and our immune systems typically clear... Read Full Answer
I had a unprotected oral sex with an unknown girl one week before.. She gave me a blowjob. I received a oral sex from her. Is there any possible than can I catch HIV from her? Do I need any HIV testing?
Hi, and thanks for your question We don’t typically see HIV passed from oral sex, and the risk to the person receiving oral sex is considered very low. We more commonly see gonorrhea and chlamydia or infections that are passed through skin-to-skin contact like herpes or syphilis being passed this way. We always recommend routine testing for all sexually transmitted infections (HIV, syphilis,... Read Full Answer