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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, may I answ
User :   Hi doctor
Doctor :   Hi
User :   your good name
Doctor :   yes pl go ahead
User :   sir i want to know if any testing for std is required in my case.
Doctor :   No not required
User :   the reason i am saying my condom broke and my penis tip was exposed to stool directly for less than 10 seconds or 20 seconds.then i washed with soap immediatly.there was no visible blood.
Doctor :   That is the reason why you do not require any test
Doctor :   You are hardly exposed to any germ
Doctor :   and for minimal time
User :   sir one thing about heb b when do symptoms occur and same for sypills.i want the symptom appearnce duration.
Doctor :   Within 7 days
User :   but on internet it is 9 to 90 days for sypills and 4-6 weeks for heb b
Doctor :   Hepatitis B is for 4 weeks
Doctor :   I do not want to comment on what is available onthe static pages of the internet
Doctor :   when I am clearing you here
User :   so are you saying that time has gone for std and now there may not be any chance.
Doctor :   Yes
User :   sir my worry is that tip of my penis was inside and stool was there on it till i washed.
Doctor :   Not a problem
User :   sir does stool contain any std.
Doctor :   Stool does contain germs but the amount of time that it spent was bare minimal to cause any disease in human body
User :   it was approximatly there for 1-2 minutes.
Doctor :   I know it
User :   sir may i know what diseas can it cause and have i passed that duration.
Doctor :   It would not cause any disease
Doctor :   even though the duration is prolonged
User :   sir i read hiv can enter through penis tip from where we urinate.does it mean if that any fluid which touches membrance of penis can transport hiv or it should touch that area where we urinate.
Doctor :   I am not clear
Doctor :   about your question
Doctor :   Please repeat
User :   sir i am saying if body fluids touch penis top that is red part.if that sufficient to carry hiv or it should touch the area where we pass urine.
User :   actually concerned about hiv it takes place if there are no soures on penis.
Doctor :   Neither of the above are sufficient to cause HIV transmission
User :   then
Doctor :   it requires a cut on the penis
User :   cut on red part.It does not go through from where we urinate.
Doctor :   No
User :   sir is blood contact necessay to carry hiv.If there is no blood contact is it safe then.
Doctor :   yes
User :   then why do everybody say that if any blood or body fluid touches red part of penis it may cause std or hiv
Doctor :   In your instance, it requires a cut
Doctor :   on the penis
User :   otherwise sir.
Doctor :   If you learn to know all other instances, I am sure you would not rest in peace
Doctor :   Follow my advice here
Doctor :   Please leave your thoughts
User :   no i am saying sir.touch on red part do cause any hiv or it requires cut on that part also
Doctor :   It requires a cut
User :   it does not go through from where we urinate.
Doctor :   IT does not go though it
User :   sir one more thing i told u about swelling on my groin area.the swelling has not increased and there is no pain is on left side.
Doctor :   yes
User :   is that a sign of std.
Doctor :   It is good to know
User :   sorry sir
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