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why does my head hurt and start beating when i watch porn and master bait
Thank you for reaching out with your question. However, without more details regarding your health history it is difficult to provide a good answer online. Perhaps you could call or visit a sexual health clinic to discuss further. If you are writing from British Columbia, Canada, have a look at our Clinic Finder to locate a sexual health clinic in your area. Let us know if... Read Full Answer
Does recurring pus on tonsils indicate an oral STD??
Hi there, thank you for your question. No, pus on the tonsils does not necessarily indicate a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Chlamydia and gonorrhea of the throat are actually most often asymptomatic. Pus on the tonsils is usually caused by commonly passed viruses. If you are concerned, you could visit your family doctor for an assessment. And if you have an elevated chance of... Read Full Answer
I have gotten this rash in my armpit and only one side and it is a bunch of painful blisters that are itchy. It is red and looks like open sores. I also have various red sores in different places on my body. My other armpit is completely fine. It has been about a week now and hasn’t gotten better
Hi, and thank you for writing in Unfortunately I am not able to diagnose what might be going on over the internet. However, I would definitely recommend that you see a family doctor or a physician at a walk-in clinic for a thorough assessment. Let us know if this does not answer your question or if you have any more questions or concerns. Health Nurse
Does acute symtoms specially fever of Hiv (after 2-3 weeks of exposure) respond to paracetamol? Can symptoms back if paracetamol wore off?
Hi, and thank you for your question If an individual has a fever and other symptoms associated with HIV seroconversion, they may experience some mild relief with paracetamol (acetaminophen) however, this will not cure the symptoms, nor will it cure the virus. If you are concerned about an HIV infection, the best thing for you to do would be to visit a health care provider (family doctor,... Read Full Answer
I have been diagnosed with epididimytis and given ciproflaxacin. It doesnt seem to have cleared. I do not have chlamydia or ghonorea as i tested negative. Is there any tests to determine what is causing this and what antibiotic would be appropriate to use? Thank you.
Hi, and thank you for your question I’m not sure where you got tested and treated, however in British Columbia the recommended treatment for epididymitis is cefixime and doxycycline. Treatment with ciprofloxacin is supported by the Canadian guidelines. If your symptoms are persisting, I would revisit your care provider. Further assessment may be required, including a referral to a... Read Full Answer