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Gonorrhea Can Infect Eyes
Dec 08, 2011

Gonorrhea Can Infect Eyes

Gonorrhea Can Infect Eyes Gonorrhea can infect eyes, mouth, heart and more. The symptoms of gonorrhea are similar to the symptoms of chlamydia. So doctors usually treat you for both if they suspect that you have one or the other.  There are other ways that gonorrhea can affect you. Anyone who has had unprotected anal sex… Read More

What is Gonorrhea
Dec 08, 2011

What is Gonorrhea

HOW DO YOU CATCH GONORRHEA? Gonorrhea is another sexually transmitted disease that can be spread through all types of sexual activity.  This includes Oral, vaginal, and anal sex.  In infected people, it can be found in the moist areas of the body like the penis, vagina, eyes, throat, and rectum. Gonorrhea is a curable STD… Read More

Herpes- What is It?
Dec 08, 2011

Herpes- What is It?

WHAT IS HERPES? Herpes is a virus that causes painful or itchy cluster of blisters, bumps, ulcers, and rashes on the vagina, penis, butt-hole (anus), and even the mouth. Herpes is spread through skin to skin contact.  So even condoms do not protect you completely from Herpes.  The condom does not cover all of the… Read More

Dec 08, 2011

Keeping Herpes Outbreaks to a Minimum

I HAVE HERPES, WHAT NOW? Besides going to your doctor and getting the prescribed therapy, there are a few lifestyle tips that can help make a Herpes outbreak more bearable.  I have listed them below. 1) Always keep the affected area clean and dry 2) Try to avoid touching the area during an outbreak, but… Read More

Dec 07, 2011

What Does Herpes Feel Like

Herpes lesions, or sores, come and go periodically throughout one’s life.  You can take medication (suppressive therapy) during recurring outbreaks that might shorten the amount of time that the sores are present for.  You can also take the medication daily for the rest of your life to keep the sores from returning. During the first… Read More

Dec 07, 2011

Giving Head Versus Receiving It

GIVING HEAD VERSUS RECEIVING IT Giving head versus receiving it, well the person who receives oral sex is at the lowest risk, because they are only coming into contact with saliva. The person giving oral sex is at the highest risk of infection.  If the person giving the blow job, or eating the person out,… Read More

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