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Can you catch and std from peeing in a bottle straight after and infected person has pee'd?

A: im pretty sure you can A sexually transmitted disease (STD) is a disease caused by a pathogen (e.g., virus, bacterium, parasite, fungus) that is spread from person to person primarily through sexual contact. Not sharing a bottle of urine that was already used!! Here''s some more Info Down Below, Hopefully I was helpful. Take Care: Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are among the most common infectious diseases in the United States today. More than 20 STDs have now been identified. STDs affect more than 13 million men and women in this country each year. How can STDs be prevented? the best way to prevent STDs is to not have sexual intercourse, however,

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One dark red bump in cheek of mouth

A: I also woke up this morning with a similar blister bump that looks almost black. Did you ever figure out what it was? no it just went away two days later and havnt seen it since hey.. i have dat now.. im kinda worried,.. wonderin wat it is... Hi I just want to say I have the same thing a red blister full of blood in the inner side of my chick. no pain. I just happaned to search in google for it and came here. registered. left my mark. hope we''ll live cheers bye Anyone find out what this is? I think I have it too....


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What Can You Tell Me About Burn blisters And HIV Virus''s?

A: It''s important to go to the medical doctor to get the burn assessed since your immune response is lower due to your HIV status. It sounds like you have a second degree burn because of the blisters. Second degree burns can get infected more readily, especially since you have HIV. Your doctor may prescribe antibiotic ointments for it. You are receiving oral sex from an HIV person who has cuts or blisters in their mouth, then there is every chance of the HIV virus entering. This kind of burn, a causes blisters and can be...


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Bad burn on three of my fingers from chem class. white, blisters on all three. IMMEDIATE RELIEF PLEASE!!?

A: First of all keep the ice on as long as possible. This help a lot. As far as sleeping goes, try to get some painkiller such as Tylenol or something fast acting. Make sure to get help asap. Good Luck. (!!!dont run water from the tap because this water could be infected!!!) you need to keep those burns very clean and sterile so as to avoid infection. if they have blisters i suggest takign a steirle needle or if you do not have one take any needle and heat it with a lighter until red hot so that you sterlize it. this should releave some pain. take some Advil to help with some pain also. keep some triple Antibiotic ointment on and covered with a bandaid or gauze. allow it to be uncovered in...


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What Can You Tell Me About Burn blisters And HIV Virus''s?

A: It''s important to go to the medical doctor to get the burn assessed since your immune response is lower due to your HIV status. It sounds like you have a second degree burn because of the blisters. Second degree burns can get infected more readily, especially since you have HIV. Your doctor may prescribe antibiotic ointments for it. You are receiving oral sex from an HIV person who has cuts or blisters in their mouth, then there is every chance of the HIV virus entering. This kind of burn, a causes blisters and can be...


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What Are the Different Types of Pemphigus Treatment?

A: the different types of pemphigus treatment depend on the severity of the disease. Pemphigus is an autoimmune disorder in which antibodies attack healthy skin cells, forming painful blisters and sores on the surface of the skin. the various treatments are akin to those for burn victims because the open sores are vulnerable to infection. In severe cases, treatment might require hospitalization, plasmapheresis, and medication. Mild cases are generally treated with systemic medications such as immunosuppressants and antibiotics. Pemphigus treatment should begin as soon as possible after...


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What are the side effects of Avelox?

A: According to the Mayo Clinic (see http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/drug-information/DR602801/DSECTION=side-effects ) there is a laundry-list of side effects. Among those, the following seem to be related to your complaints: ''Abdominal or stomach cramps'', ''Nausea or vomiting'', ''Acid or sour stomach'', ''Burning feeling in the chest or stomach'', ''Difficulty having a bowel movement (stool)'', ''Excess air or gas in the stomach or intestines'', ''Heartburn'', ''Indigestion'', ''Stomach discomfort, upset, or pain''. Note that heartburn is certainly listed as a rare side effect. the full list is: - quote - Rare * Abdominal or stomach...


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Red spots on roof of mouth Oral herpes?

A: Dear Curious, Red spots on the roof of your mouth could be a sign of a number of different things, which is why it is important to see your health care provider. No one can diagnose without examining your symptoms in person, and because of this, the Internet is not the best resource for getting diagnoses for specific symptoms. Oral herpes, also called herpes labialis or cold sores, is caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). This virus causes small and painful blisters on the lips, gums, or skin around the mouth. Oral herpes itself (as opposed to genital...


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What Causes a Nipple Blister?

A: there are a few common causes of nipple blisters. they include friction on a woman`s nipple when a baby doesn`t latch on properly during breastfeeding or when a mother uses a breast pump or nipple shield in an incorrect manner. Sometimes blisters also develop because skin grows over a milk duct or due to a milk duct that is blocked from the inside. Yeast infections can cause these problems as well. Treatment for nipple blisters depend on what type they are home remedies often work, but a doctor`s care may prove necessary for more complicated cases.. One of

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Do i have mouth cancer?

A: No, you don''t, I think. A loud NO.You see,the white patches you talk about inside your cheeks, are nothing but dead tissue.You have not mentioned whether you consume tobacco in any form or smoke cigarettee.In that case,white patches can be formed which are know as Leucoplakia.In leucoplakia,there is excess sloughing of tissue.the patch later on appears a little hard with bristle like appearence.the leucoplakia can, I repeat, CAN be a precursor to malignancy.It is deemed to be cancer in situ.But in your case I am confident that it is not so.Ulcers in mouth or blisters under tongue are common.Likewise,bleeding from...


 
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