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I’ve have oral gonorrhea I’ve had it for over a year but i wasn’t sure what it was and was to embarrassed to talk about it my throat is really bothering me and is swollen can my symptoms be reversed?
Hi there,Thanks for writing.Gonorrhea is curable with antibiotics. Did you get treatment for it? You should have been given treatment from the place where you got your gonorrhea test. If you have not returned to pick-up the medication since getting your results, then I would recommend going to get the treatment.The antibiotics are very easy to take, and the infection will be gone in seven days... Read Full Answer
Ya hay I think I have HPV but I have no idea where to go ? To get treated
Hi I take it that with HPV you mean that you are asking about having genital warts treated. Let me know if I got that wrong. In BC Canada you can get genital warts treated at most clinics e.g. family doctors, walk in clinics etc.. The health professional you see will either have products they can use in the clinic or they will write you a prescription for a product you can purchase from a... Read Full Answer
is it safe to use a condom after treating STI within the seven days/week?
Hi, The short answer is no. 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 results are negative. While condoms reduce the chance of passing chlamydia and gonorrhea, there is still a possibility of passing them even when a... Read Full Answer
My penis skin become irregular and whit I some area also tear I think it is infection. What I do to get rid of it. Please help me
Hi, Thanks for your question. It's difficult to give you an exact answer without seeing your symptoms in person, but I can give you some general information. Skin changes on the genitals can be caused by many things. Common fungal infections can cause skin breakdown (aka skin tear) and white build-up around the head of penis. Fungal infections are treated with anti-fungal creams like Canestan... Read Full Answer
My partner is uncircumcised, can this increase my chance of getting BV? I’ve had recurrent BV and trying to figure out ways to prevent and minimize this annoying infection.
Hi, Thanks for writing. Having a partner who is uncircumcised does not increase your risk for bacterial vaginosis (BV). BV is not sexually transmitted, or passed between partners. Bacterial vaginosis is an overgrowth of normal vaginal bacteria (so it’s not “bad” bacteria), and it’s your own bacteria (so it didn’t come from anyone else). BV can be very frustrating for many people. The vagina... Read Full Answer