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Infectious mononucleosis contraction through oral sex - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   Hi, if I have a girlfriend that has mono.. Can i get an std from getting a blowjob?
Doctor :   did not get you
User :   Can you get an STD from getting a blowjob from someone who has MONO?
User :   "the kissing disease"
Doctor :   you mean infectious mononucleosis
User :   yeah
Doctor :   yes it spreds through the mouth to mouth contact
User :   can u get soemthing on ur dick?
User :   if its not spread to ur mouth
User :   I mean i know once you have it, it stays in your body forver.
Doctor :   no
User :   forever
User :   so does it spread?
User :   so its okay to get a blowjob from someone that has MONO?
User :   and u cant get an STD?
Doctor :   it mainly causes fever, enlarged glands int he whole body,body pain
User :   ok, thanks. How long does it take to get over mono?
Doctor :   one week to ten days
User :   thanks
User :   have a nice day
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Thanks
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