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what do i have

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 27, 2008
  • 01:41 AM

last night i was with my boyfriend and i gave him a *******b for the first time and now my throat is sore on only the left side, could i have caught something from him? is it possible? if it is what could i have?

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  • You could have most any of the std's. Make your guys use a condom even for a *******b in the future. Just watch yourself the next week and see how you feel. If you're a teen, tell your mom you think you have a strep infection and you need to see a doctor if it gets worse; then tell the doctor in private to keep it confidential.
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies Flag this Response
  • No, you can not have a STD... I read alot about it.According to many expert, most STD do not cause throat problem, except Gonorrhea Oral. And that is rare too, and if you do have it , it is asymptomatic. If it gets worse, go to your doc and get a Gonorrhea Oral Swab.
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  • that is so not true...don't give a kid false information.... just watch yourself and see how you feel...it might just be a staph infection.. http://aids.about.com/od/childrenteens/a/teensoral.htm Teens believe oral sex is the safe alternative to intercourse, both from pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. The statistics prove otherwise. Millions of teenagers become infected with STD's such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV and herpes each year and oral sex is a route by which teens are becoming infected.What Are the Risks of Oral Sex?Oral to Penis ContactTheoretical Risk - Performing oral sex or "giving a *******b" carries a theoretical risk of transmission for the receptive partner because infected pre-ejaculate ("pre-**m") fluid or semen (**m) can get into the mouth. Any open sores, cold sores, etc. can be a route by which the virus or bacteria can enter the bloodstream and infect. For the insertive partner there is a theoretical risk of infection because infected blood from a partner's bleeding gums or an open sore could come in contact with a scratch, cut, or sore on the penis.
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