... I do not have health insurance right now, so I can not get it checked out. Is there any insight as to what this may be? ... (0 replies)
... I started getting very itchy in my genital area. As I am sexually active it concerned me, so I went to a sexual health clinic and everything appeared to be fine. ... (0 replies)
... I have a visit with my health provider Wednesday. ... (0 replies)
... SORRY THIS IS LONG! I was on ortho tricyclen for a year and when my prescription ran out I no longer had health insurance but was not sexually active so I went several months with out being on the pill. ... (2 replies)
... m not looking for sympathy just to have a bit of an insight to how things can change through our decisions and perhaps I would like a few answers to some of my health problems. Plus I find writing things down really helps. I am worried to what people will say about this. ... (0 replies)
... oesn't take long. Remember, they don't do anything that you don't want them to do as you are going voluntarily. Also, big applause for caring about your sexual health and getting checked out!! ... (1 replies)
... I just want to know if they do a pap smear at sexual health clinics to check for stds? ... (1 replies)
... I totally understand where you're coming from. I've had diagnosed genital herpes for 12 1/2 yrs now. It DOES get better. No, I don't mean cured, I mean the outbreaks.
The first outbreak is always the worst. My first outbreak I had a total of 5 sores. Man, did it hurt to pee!!!! Being careful of my diet, trying not to get overly stressed out, and taking care of myself, I've... (3 replies)
... I don't have any health insurance, I'm in the processing of getting back into school to finish. ... (3 replies)
... I went to the melbourne sex and health clinic to get tested for several stds and the results turned out negative. the doctor said i had eczema on my penis and gave me a cream. ... (1 replies)
... So I foolishly thought I was safe from STDs so long as there was no penetration. I was not prepared to risk my health and especially not my wifes health from risking penetration. But it seems I have got symptoms since after this incident. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, Im 39-male in very good health. After 4 days I had some slight burning but the doc said it was possibly stress but prescrived tests for Gonnorohea and Chlymidia anyway, both of which turned out negative. The slight burning went away in 2-3 days on its own.
After about 1.5 weeks, Im anxious and stressed about possible STDs.
I am stressed, please help! (0 replies)
... Hey guys I just went to the health clinic and talked to a doctor that specializes in these kinds of things, and she said it has nothing to do at all with any STI or STD what so ever, she said it was folliculitis, in which the hair follicles get infected and inflamed if you shave down their or use pools/hotubs which i have been doing very very frequently due to my back injury.... (3 replies)
... did you go to your PCP, local hospital or a free health clinic? ... (1 replies)
... I had a sexual health question that I can't find an answer to so thought I would post here. ... (0 replies)
... The virus can remain latent in your body and keep causing new bumps until the immune system finally recognizes the virus as the pathogen that it is. Focus on general health, exercise, sunlight, healthy eating, maybe eliminate sugar. And I would probably avoid taking any supplements because it's really hard to know which ones would help or hurt the immune system's chances of... (1 replies)
... try coconut oil. give it a chance before you say no. look at the health benefits. it can help herpes. ... (2 replies)
... Do you have any idea how common HPV is. It is very, very, very common. That's why they developed an immunization for it. It can cause cancer of the cervix. Have your pap smear every year. Tell the doctor that you have hpv and move on. You may have already had it. Your guy could have had it from a long time ago. It stays in your system. All of your lovers may get it from you,... (14 replies)
... ouple days after that, the excessive discharge returned. I was really concerned now that I had actually contracted an STD this time so I made an appointment with health services at my school to get checked. The doctor took a look and said it looked like a yeast infection and to go out and buy Canesten the 5 day internal cream. ... (0 replies)
... TG, I'm not trying to minimize what you're going through because I know this is upsetting news for you. But as the others have said, the fact is that this is not only a very common thing, it's also totally treatable and fixable. With the high risk type that you have, once it's cleared up (per your doctor), there's really no reason to worry about it anymore. Try to put it in... (14 replies)