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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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User :   Hi doctor , i went to a prostitute today and i got a blow job (5 mins without condoms and then with condoms), My testicles are red and paining after i washed it with dettol , is it because of dettol or because of a disease like hiv/253657?iL=true" >AIDS and STD's ... what should i do to confirm ?
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am Doc here
User :   Hi doctor
User :   hi doctor
User :   doctor are you there ?
Doctor :   may i know your age please
User :   26
Doctor :   yes i am here, going thru your query
Doctor :   did you had sexual intercourse ?
User :   no ...only blow job
Doctor :   ok well let me guide you here properly
User :   please doctor
Doctor :   the burning sensation you got is because of the dettol and not because of any STD , but please i strongly advice you that you should not adopt such risky behavior
Doctor :   just wash your testicles with plain water now
User :   Oh .. i thought dettol will help in removing any infections
Doctor :   but you should be careful
User :   ok
Doctor :   no its a strong antiseptic and the skin over the testicles is very sensitive
Doctor :   that caused the redness and the pain
User :   i heard if the lady had a wound in her mouth and she gives a blowjob i could get HIV and STD's
User :   i asked her .. she does not have
User :   what should i do to confirm that i have not any disease ?
Doctor :   do you have any cuts over your skin of your penis ?
User :   no i dont have any wound
Doctor :   well a blow job will not cause the spread of disease, i can assure you that esp if you dont have any broken skin
Doctor :   so you have nothing to worry about
Doctor :   all i am concerned is that you should not follow suck behavior and expose your self to risks
User :   broken skin ?
Doctor :   like wound
User :   no
Doctor :   then you are safe
Doctor :   dont worry
User :   no i did not have any sexual behaviour other than she giving me a blowjob
Doctor :   ok well i can assure you that as of now you are ok
User :   ok , morover can you tell me why STD's are caused ? and am i propable to get any infection ? is there any symptoms ?
User :   i did a wrong thing by not controlling my sexual urge ... will never go to anyone
User :   feeling guilty
Doctor :   well let me answer
User :   and have fear that any diseases can affect me which can cause my family to feel ashamed off
User :   how should i confirm doctor
Doctor :   the STD are caused by organisms. some viruses and others like bacteria . and they are transmitted by sexual contact . second YOU ARE NOT at a risk now for a STD .
Doctor :   the only symptoms you are getting are coz of the dettol
Doctor :   dont worry
Doctor :   just conrtol your urges next time
Doctor :   as for now you have nothing to worry
Doctor :   a blow job without any skin cut or wound will NOT case STD
Doctor :   cause**
Doctor :   if you still want to confirm for your mental satisfaction , then you can get a test from a lab ,
Doctor :   for HIV its called WESTERN BLOT
Doctor :   its a blood test
Doctor :   but as i said you are fine
Doctor :   but dont repeat this in future
Doctor :   learn from your mistakes
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