STDs

I'm really afraid,my boyfriend and I were having oral sex and fooling around, after that we had anal without a condom and he came on my butthole, should I be worried about stds or any disease if it just happen once, what checkups should I do?

Having sexual intercourse without a condom can put you at risk for STIs.  

You can schedule an appointment at Corner health 734-484-3600 or with your health care provider to be tested.  Be sure to explain that you need to have rectal swab testing.

Im having a weird discharge and it comes out a lot frequently. First it was thick and clumpy which happens before I start my period. But it started getting very watery and yellowish and come out a lot. I can feel it when moving around. I thought it would go away after my period but it’s still here. The last time I had sex was 2 weeks ago and a condom was used. I’m scared I have a std or something. I just want this discharge to go away.

An increase or change in vaginal discharge can be caused by different things including stis.  Please schedule an appointment with your PCP or at Corner health center to get it checked.  

Idk if I have anything but someone’s sister told me that I had something, she didn’t say what exactly. We was in a argument, but I’ve had sexual interactions with other females before the sister had told me anything. I told the girls they got checked and there’s nothing wrong with em and me my stomach has been upset for like 2 weeks now but I’m also an anxiety person so I’m just confused and I feel like it’s gone kill me and my girlfriend and I’m scared??

It is difficult to know what is going on from what you describe.  Please schedule an appointment with your primary care provider or Corner health center to discuss the situation further and get any necessary testing and treatment. 

Is it normal to have two spots like moles in your labia they look like brownish they don't hurt or anything they are plain, and I believe I have never seen them, should I be worried about an STD?

The moles you describe may be normal.  It is important to monitor them for any changes.  They are not typical of any STDs  You should schedule an appointment to have them looked at. 

On the last 6 months I had sex with my ex boyfriend and now with my new boyfriend,we are really careful and are on birth control, I want to know if we should take any tests to make sure we are healthy concerning our sex life and also me as a woman what tests should I take just to be sure.

You and your new boyfriend should schedule appointments to both be tested for STIs.  Testing includes urine test for gonorrhea and Chlamydia and blood test for HIV, syphillis and hepatitis.  Using condoms will prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections. 

I've noticed I have small bumps located on my bartholin gland, they aren't pus filled or anything, and they're the same color as my vaginia. I've never had sex but I do masturbate( I wash my hands before ), but I have had a UTI before from being fingered from someone else. Should I be worried about these bumps or is there any thing I can do to make them go away?

It is difficult to know what the bumps are without seeing them.  They may be from irritation.  You can schedule an appointment to have them assessed.  

Hello, I have noticed I have a singular wart on my gential area but it does not bother me. I have had sexual intercourse but my partner is unaffected, should I be concerned?

A genital wart is caused by a virus.  Often they are visible but sometimes they are internal and are not visible. 

There are certain strains of the virus that are more serious than others in that they can progress to cause different types of cancers. 

Your primary health care provider or Corner Health can do testing to determine any risk. 

Gardisil is the vaccine that can prevent genital warts.

Hello I want to know if I have any risk or anything because of a situation I had with my boyfriend, we were making out, so I reached for his penis and started touching it, but later he told me to give his penis some kisses so I kissed him and lick it, but I am really afraid of getting a disease on my mouth or something worse, I have heard of diseases because of a simple kiss, should I be taking some medicine, this is the first time I have done this, and my boyfriends only has been with two more girls in his past, long ago, so he assured me he didn't have any STDS. What should I do? I can't tell my parents, am I really in some kind of risk?

If your boyfriend had a sore or other infection on his penis it is possible that it can be spread by oral sexual contact. If you have any symptoms such as a sore throat, sores on your mouth you should be checked at a health care clinic. 

If you would liked to be checked out please contact Corner Health for an appointment at 734 484-6400.

 

What are the steps that I should take to have safe sex and to not worry about STDs and pregnancy?

Condom use is recommended every time you have sex if you want to protect yourself from STIs (sexually transmitted infections, same as STDs, sexually transmitted diseases) .  This includes protection against Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Trichomoniasis, Hepatitis B and C, HPV and HIV/AIDS .

To prevent unplanned pregnancy there are many forms of birth control available. Please schedule an appointment at Corner Health or your health care provider to see what method is best for you.

In the state of Michigan you can receive sexual health services without parent consent if you are 12 years old or older. Corner also has condoms available for free at the front desk!  

 

I am really worried: 3 days ago a guy I just met gave me oral sex and fingered me for the first time in my life without any protection , but I didn't realize he had a wart on his finger and red eyes, so I'm really worried because of HPV. I'm not sure if he is seeing other people but that was my first sexual encounter, and I'm also worried about getting pregnant. We didn't have penetration but we were naked and his penis was near my tights and was really wet. Please help me I'm really worried about an STD.

I'm sorry you are in this upsetting situation. Thank you for asking us about your fears.

Generally, the warts on someone's fingers are different than the HPV wart.  Also you would have a very low risk of an sti considering there was not direct contact.  I would suggest you schedule an appointment here at the Corner for confidential testing and to receive the HPV vaccine that will prevent HPV in the future and to discuss all of your sexual health needs, such as birth control for the future. And don't worry, even if are under 18 you do not need parental consent to get these services. 

 


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