STD transmission

  1. Is Coronavirus sexually transmittable ?

    Is Coronavirus sexually transmittable ?
    What is COVID-19? COVID-19 is a new disease caused by a virus called severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease outbreak began in China in 2019 and spread all over the world to become a pandemic, according to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) SARS-CoV-2 is a type of coronaviruses. These viruses are responsible for the manifestation of various diseases such as the common cold, the Middle East... → Continue reading
  2. Can I get an STD from someone else's bed/sharing towels?

    Can I get an STD from someone else's bed/sharing towels?
    Most people believe that the only ways to get an STD are through unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex, skin-to-skin contact, or blood transfusions. However, scientists suggest you can get an STD without having sex. exually transmitted diseases have a high affinity for our mucous membranes, found in our genitals, anal region, and oral cavity. However, some infections, such as HPV and herpes, are also transmissible through skin-to-skin contact. Open cuts, wounds, or sores can become the entry point for HIV infection. → Continue reading
  3. I got sperm in my face, do I need to get tested?

    I got sperm in my face, do I need to get tested?
    Facial sex is when a man ejaculates on a woman's or other man's face. the eyes can be an open gate to your bloodstream and inner body, the same way that your genitals are. The eyes do not serve as a barrier as skin does. On the contrary, they are very vulnerable. When sperm enters the eye through facial sex, it might hurt, because it contains acid phosphatase and citric acid. Since it can access the eyes and reach the bloodstream, semen can also transmit bacteria, viruses and STDs. → Continue reading
  4. Do I need an STD test kit after being sexually assaulted?

    Do I need an STD test kit after being sexually assaulted?
    Individuals who got sexually assaulted or abused often have questions regarding the risk of acquiring an STD, among other issues that concern them. Generally speaking, such individuals require a specific approach, as far as they report their assault, including general assessments and psychological evaluation.  What is an STD? STDs are sexually transmitted diseases that you can acquire through unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis are the three most prevalent sexually transmitted infections. Some of the... → Continue reading
  5. Can I get an STD from getting fingered

    Can I get an STD from getting fingered
    People have sex in many different ways. Some enjoy penetration, while others prefer skin-to-skin, genital-to-genital, or mouth-to-genital rubbing, known as frottage. Other ways to receive or offer sexual pleasure is oral sex. Fingering is when you use your fingers and hands to stimulate your partner sexually. Other means to refer to fingering are digital vaginal penetration, manual penetration, and heavy petting. Fingering might be a sexual act that gives pleasure alone or be part of foreplay. Most people believe... → Continue reading
  6. What STDs can you get from oral sex?

    What STDs can you get from oral sex?
    Oral sex involves using the mouth, lips, and tongue to provide sexual pleasure to your partner's genitals. Performing oral sex to an individual with an STD might result in the spread of the STI in your mouth or throat. The risk of getting a particular STD depends on several factors, such as the pathogen that causes the STI, the specific sexual acts involved, the frequency of these acts, and the prevalence of the particular STD in the community in which both partners belong. → Continue reading
  7. Can you get oral gonorrhea through kissing?

    Can you get oral gonorrhea through kissing?
    What STD can you get from kissing? Kissing your partner is one of the most fundamental things in a modern relationship. Can you kiss someone with oral gonorrhea? You can, but you better don't. It is crucial to know that the infection might appear as a typical sore throat, accompanied by fever and swollen lymph nodes. Therefore, it is hard to distinguish between oral gonorrhea and a strep throat, especially when you rely exclusively on your symptoms. Not being sexually active doesn't entirely protect you from STDs. → Continue reading
  8. Can I Get an STD From Sharing Sex Toys?

    Can I Get an STD From Sharing Sex Toys?
    It's very much possible to contract a sexually transmitted disease (STD) from sharing sex toys. The common belief among people is that STDs can only be transmitted via sexual contact between two people. What most of us do not know is that STDs can also be spread by sharing sex toys. An asymptomatic disease is more easily spread as the carrier is not being aware of having an STD. Read on to discover some of the dangerous STDs that can be contracted by sharing sex toys. → Continue reading
  9. If I Swallow My Boyfriend's Sperm Will I Get an STD ?

    If I Swallow My Boyfriend's Sperm Will I Get an STD ?
    Most STDs are transmitted via skin-to-skin contact, oral-to-genital contact and oral-to-anal contact. Nevertheless, swallowing your boyfriend's sperm will not always make you get an STD, unless he's infected with an STD which attacks the mucous membranes in the mouth or throat. Besides, it also doesn't really matter whether he ejaculates in your mouth. The little friction that can occur during oral sex could still put you at risk of getting an infection. While most people believe that STDs like... → Continue reading
  10. Can I get an STD from masturbating

    Can I get an STD from masturbating
    Masturbating is actually the safest sexual activity. STDs are mainly transmitted from one person to another but there are exceptions. If you are diagnosed with a bacterial STD like chlamydia, gonorrhea or trichomoniasis, you are safe to masturbate while being treated. Mutual masturbation is when you are masturbating with your partner and touching each other’s genitals. If the other person is infected with some STI, it can be easily transmitted to the other person with semen or vaginal fluids. → Continue reading

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