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Will sex cause any infection in mouth ?

Ihad contact sex with protect(double contom)were use .but that time ihad inspected toilet insfection. it happen one year back.now iam not feeling any fever nuthing but in my mouth in side teeth mono seems to littile black some areas.i have 21 age.Ihve worry lot so please get your information Ihad contact sex with protect(double contom)were use .but that time ihad inspected toilet insfection. it happen one year back.now iam not feeling any fever nuthing but in my mouth in side teeth mono seems to littile black some areas.i have 21 age.Ihve worry lot so please get your information
Asked On : Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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Dear Biniyas,I think there is no reason to worry.Blacking of teeth may not occur due to any sexually transmitted disease.Please visit your doctor who will diagnose the condition and treat it.bye and take care.
Answered: Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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