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My pussy is very short my boyfriend pennis very hard what am do
Hi, thanks for writing in with your concerns. The average length of a vagina is 3-4 inches which can expand to 5-7 inches. The average length of a penis when flaccid/soft (not erect/hard) is 2-4 inches. The average length of a penis when erect/hard is 5-6 inches and the average thickness of a penis when erect is 3-4 inches around. It is quite common for there to be differences in size beween a... Read Full Answer
If my frenulum the stretchy band on my oenis tears a bit but then tears completly what do i do? because i think it ripped completely i have stopped the bleeding hut is it dangerous should i rush to the emergency
Hi, thanks for your question. This is a very common situation. If you have torn the frenulum, the skin that joins your foreskin to the tip of your penis, you should avoid sexual activity until the tear has healed. In most cases, the tear will get better without treatment. If you are concerned about the tear, please see your doctor or a health provider at an STI clinic. Once it has... Read Full Answer
I experienced cold sores as a child but haven’t had a cold sore in twenty years. My partner has hsv2. If I perform oral sex on him, will I contract oral hav2?
Hi, thanks for your question. Cold sores are very common and this means you have been exposed to herpes and so have some antibodies in your immune system that can help protect you against getting another type of herpes. HSV type 1 is commonly found both around the mouth and on the genitals. HSV 2 can commonly be found around the genitals but can also be around the mouth as well. If your... Read Full Answer
Hi me and my gf tested positive for Chlamydia and we were both given Azithromycin. It's been 7 days but I'm still experiencing a little bit of clear discharge from my penis. Is it okay for us to have sex or should I wait until the discharge is gone?
Hi, and thanks for your question. As long as you both took the Azithromycin and waited for 7 days, you should be fine to resume having sex. It can take a bit of time for discharge to clear completely, but the infection itself will be gone. If the discharge doesn’t clear completely in the next couple of weeks, you might want to see your testing provider for further assessment and follow up Let... Read Full Answer
According to many sources it is possible for a man receiving oral to contract chlamydia or gonorrhea. But how can that happen since a) both STIs are fluid-borne and b) neither Chlamydia Trachomatis nor Neisseria Gonorrhoeae are present in saliva or blood* (the only secretions that may come out of a mouth during oral)? * According to your “STIs at a glance” chart, the bacteria causing these two STIs are only present in semen, vaginal fluids and rectal fluids.
Hi, and thanks for your question. You are right that chlamydia and gonorrhea are not present in saliva or blood and are therefore not passed this way. However, it is possible for gonorrhea and less commonly chlamydia to grow in a person’s throat. If an individual gives oral sex to a person with a penis which happens to have either gonorrhea or chlamydia, that infection can be passed via the... Read Full Answer