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Symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases after sex - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u
User :   is is possible that hiv symptoms are noticed after the very next day of sex
User :   hi good afternoon
Doctor :   its very unlikely
Doctor :   for the symptom to appear very next day
User :   are all sexual transmitted disease incureable?
Doctor :   hiv is one of them
Doctor :   rest of them u can cure,depends on which stage of disease and physical condition of the patient as well
User :   ok
Doctor :   rest of the STD can be cured
Doctor :   but as i told u above
Doctor :   depends on the medical condition of the person
Doctor :   as well
Doctor :   Please fill this form I send, and say done when done.
User :   can i trust u.......confidential.....which city are you in?
Doctor :   bangalore
Doctor :   we are bound by oath
Doctor :   dont worry
Doctor :   its confidential
Doctor :   u can surely trust
User :   my problem is that i had sex and from the very next day i always have to wash my private parts daily a layer forms in my penis which can be washed off
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   it might be smega
User :   is it aids....... is that a symptom
User :   smega?
Doctor :   sorry
Doctor :   smegma
Doctor :   A smelly, white, cheesy substance that accumulates around the genitals of males
Doctor :   Smegma is normal and can be rinsed off with soap and water.
Doctor :   if u in doubt regarding ur hiv status
Doctor :   u can get Elisa done
User :   can this develop into aids....what is elisa
Doctor :   Ur HIV status will be known only at the end of 3 months or in some cases it takes 6 months
Doctor :   smegma is nothing to do with aids
Doctor :   Enzyme-Linked ImmunoSorbent Assay
Doctor :   It is a commonly used laboratory test to detect antibodies in the blood
Doctor :   its the most accurate test to detect aids
Doctor :   or HIV
Doctor :   r u there
User :   it thought it is aids and this thought is killing me......for more than six months now.......am not willing to do a test because if i am an hiv i wont be able to live with it
Doctor :   dont think like that
Doctor :   early detection
Doctor :   of aids would help in treatment
Doctor :   it essential for u get tested
Doctor :   to ur own safety and safety of ur loved ones
Doctor :   u might be spreading the disease without ur knowlegde
Doctor :   test is confidential
Doctor :   u can safely get it done
User :   i use an ointment teroderm and that prevent from forming the layer for some time
Doctor :   ok
User :   how woul i be spreading this........ by doing what
Doctor :   if the spelling right
Doctor :   by having unprotected sex
Doctor :   there is risk of infection to transfer
Doctor :   from u to other person if ur positive
User :   since that day i never had sex and i dont think i will ever................any other way i could spread......so i would avoid doing anything that would infect others
Doctor :   first get ELISA done
Doctor :   It seems that you have moved out of the chat window, Please get back if you need any medical advice.
User :   i did not
Doctor :   k
User :   knowing my problem do you think i can be an hiv.... or are there possibilities that i am not
Doctor :   i dont think so
Doctor :   unless the etes
Doctor :   test is done
Doctor :   and some one is positive
Doctor :   then we can think of those things
User :   can you suggest medications
Doctor :   as of now i suggest u to see a doctor and get ELISA done at the earliest
Doctor :   The prescription medicines are given after the cause is exactly made out. Since we havent physically examined you, it is inappropriate and unethical to prescribe you medicine which is scheduled. Hence see the doctor for the medicine that you require
User :   i dont know any docs
User :   am new here
Doctor :   in bangalore isit
User :   yes
Doctor :   u can get test done
Doctor :   whatever they do its confidential
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   in that case
Doctor :   we i can help u fix
Doctor :   appointment with physician
Doctor :   would u like us to do so
User :   please do that..... i would like to do but if i turn out to be and hiv..... i dont think i can live with it
User :   am scared
Doctor :   dont be scared
Doctor :   be bold
Doctor :   r u not even tested for that
Doctor :   why u think like that
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   confirm ur details
User :   i lost my phone..........
Doctor :   k
User :   i have seen some pics of infected people with alot of sores...........are all hiv and aids patients bound to get sores
Doctor :   could u give me ur contact details
Doctor :   we need it to fix appointment
User :   detalis like what
Doctor :   email id
User :   ok.....please wait
Doctor :   correct email id and contact num
Doctor :   r u there
Doctor :   We have a long queue of patients waiting for our service. Do log in again after a few hours to clarify other medical doubts.
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   I have to close this window since there is no response from your side, please get back to us if you need further medical advice. We are available from 9AM to 9PM IST everyday.
User :   are you there
Doctor :   yes
User :   ok................i dont have a contact number right now
Doctor :   ok
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