STD Symptoms in Receptive Oral Sex

This article will focus on the possible STD symptoms you can get if you use your mouth on your partner’s genitals. This applies to both men and women and also if you partner was a man or a woman. Click here for STD symptoms in Men – i.e. the possible STD symptoms Men can get when they insert their penis into their partner’s mouth, vagina or anus Click here for STD symptoms in Receptive Anal Sex – i.e. the possible STD symptoms in men or women who allow their partner to insert his penis into their anus Click here for STD...

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False Negative HIV ELISA test

There are such things as False Negative HIV ELISA tests but they are very rare. I have been pondering whether or not to write this article for a long time. I finally decided to do it in the name of scientific truth and complete transparency. What I do not want to happen is for this article to feed the unreasonable fear and paranoia that is already out there. I want to state categorically that I still believe the HIV Combo test is 100% conclusive at 28 days post exposure and the HIV 3rd Gen ELISA Antibody test is 100% conclusive at 3 months...

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More info on Throat Gonorrhea

All of us are familiar with Gonorrhea. It is an STD. It causes a thick yellow discharge and pain passing urine in both men and women. The symptoms can come on anytime between 3 to 30 days of exposure although 10% of people infected with Gonorrhoea will not show any symptoms.  And it is easily treated with antibiotics although the risk of antibiotic resistant Gonorrhoea is rising. But, not many people know about Throat Gonorrhoea and Anal Gonorrhoea. Let’s get back to basics. Gonorrhoea is a bacteria. It can and will infect any area of the...

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Syphilis and Men-who-have-Sex-with-Men (MSM)

Syphilis and Men-who-have-Sex-with-Men (MSM) What is syphilis? Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by a type of bacteria called Treponema Pallidum. It is a curable infection, however, if left undiagnosed or untreated, can lead to very serious health complications and even mortality. Syphilis can affect both men and women equally. Who is most at risk for syphilis? Men who have sex with men (MSM) have at least 25 times more risk of contracting syphilis compared to heterosexual men, people who are HIV positive, sex workers and...

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New Information on Herpes

Source: Curr Opin Infect Dis. 2014;27(1):75-83. OK so we all know Herpes is bad news. How bad news? This bad news: It cannot be cured. Once you have it, you have it for life. It is highly contagious and spread by skin-to-skin or skin-to-mucosa contact EVEN WHEN a person does not have any symptoms. This is called asymptomatic viral shedding. More on that later. It increases the risk of contracting HIV 2 to 3 times. It can infect a baby during delivery and cause the baby to become very sick. It can cause very painful blisters and ulcers. Some...

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