Is hand and mouth contact to genitalia make you susceptible to and STD?
That depends on which STD.
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Can you get rabies from blood coming from the animal's mouth or head if it comes into contact with a wound on your hand?
It is possible, particularly since the blood from the animal's mouth would be mixed with saliva. The rabies virus is transmitted through the infected animal's saliva, so a wound on another portion of the body (such as the flank or belly) wouldn't be a concern.
Answer . \nYes - some (very few) STDs can be transmitted from other than sexual contact. It is very very unlikely you will get it from a toilet seat as the organism requires a moist environment to survive and most toilet seats are dry.\n. \nUnclean hands could theoretically pass it on but I do…n't think it had ever been proven.\n. \nYou are most likely to get an STD (other than sexual contact) by blood to blood transfer - sharing a razor or a toothbrush. It would be nearly impossible to get a STI from a toilet seat. . It's theoretically possible, but unlikely. Answer . Not all STD's are transmitted by touch like you can get crabs from a toilet seat but its not like you can get AIDs from a toilet seat but regardless you must be careful. You may not get an STD but you might get a disease or an infection from a toilet seat. You won't get a STD by using the same toilet as someone that has a STD. It would be highly unlikely to get a STD from a toilet seat. Probably, if any STI were to occur from a toilet seat, it would be herpes. Not me and Not you. None can catch a STD from toilet seats. Those are tend to spread with intercourse only. It would be highly unlikely to get a STD from a toilet seat; the most likely would be genital warts. The only way you can get VD from a toilet seat is to have sex while you're sitting on one. While it is technically possible, it is not very likely. Most STDs are going to die if exposed to air for a few minutes, particularly if they dry out. This is nearly impossible to occur. It would be very unusual to contract a sexually transmitted disease from a toilet seat. Most STDs can't be transmitted from a public toilet. You could get an STD from almost everywhere, STDs are viruses and viruses can live on surfaces anywhere from a second to a year. If one of the cells gets into your body you could contract the disease. It is unlikely to get a STD from a toilet. Yes you can "No, but you could pick up something like a yeast infection or staph.". Health officials will tell you "No," but the truth of the matter is that many bacteria (i.e. those causing STDs such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis), as well as viruses (i.e. those which cause STDs like HSV II (Herpes) or HPV (Genital warts) can, under the right conditions, survive 24 hours or more out-of-host (i.e. on an inorganic surface such as a toilet seat). It is also accepted in the medical community that you CAN contract HSV II via sharing towels with someone who is either experiencing an outbreak or asymptomatically shedding (although it's not common).. Thus, it seems wholly reasonable to take extra care and caution in using public ANYTHING--as restrooms tend to be, for the most part, cleaned more often than things like phone receivers, drinking fountains, etc. Antibacterial gel isn't something you'd want to use day-in and day-out, but is definitely a good idea if you are in a highly populated public area. Also, not a good idea to sit on the toilet seats--ever.. BTW--Most health officials' decision to say the answer is "no" is only because there hasn't been a well-funded government study to confirm or dispel the matter. Also, if the "official" answer was "yes", you can imagine the uproar and public outcry for government to "do something" about it. Hence, the lack of CDC study. It is possible, but not likely. It would be almost impossible to get a STD from a toilet seat. . hat House said yes but im not sure lol Answer . Crabs is probably the biggest threat STD-wise and is also very easy to treat.. You can also get herpes from a toilet seat, under special circumstances. The virus itself has great difficulties to survive a prolonged period outside the body, but could easily survive a couple of minutes between two different toilet-users in a warm droplet of water, so care should always be taken with public bathrooms. yes you can...but only herpes an hiv/aids...now chlamyida,gonorrhea,spyhlis..etc can NT be contracted that ways unless u use the toilet within seconds..the reason for tha is the bacteria in thos sti's need a moist place to survive... . Theoretically, yes - in reality, no. For that to happen there'd have to be 2 steps:. 1) someone with a STD getting really friendly with the seat, not only sitting on it, but giving it a good rub against his/hers genitals.. 2) then you'd have to come along fairly immediately, and give the seat an equally good rub against your genitals.. Doesn't sound too likely, does it? Yup. For a free phone consultation with a staffed physician who can prescribe treatment when appropriate or answer any questions call 24hrs a day 7 days a week toll free 1-877-246-1519 its a confidential call. No you can't get HPV from a toilet seat, however the hepatitis C virus can live for up to 1 week outside of the body so it is always a good idea to either not sit on the seat or put something down on it before you sit. Probably Almost all sexually transmitted diseases have to be passed through direct contact. This person should really get them treated, there can be complication caused by them depending on what exactly they have. There is nothing wrong with cleaning the seat, but you most likely don't have much to worry about. . no you can not catch an std from a public toilet, . you can only get an std by having sex. . no one wants an std so that is why it is important . to use a condom every time you get busy or you could face serious . problems. (MORE)
Answer . \nCanker sores are not caused by an STD, cold sores are a form of herpes. If you have a cold sore and you perform oral sex on someone you can give them genital herpes.
Answer S,T,D, . \nYES. Anytime you have any sexual activity you can catch something. Oral sex is still sex and has all the risks involved in intercourse. The chances may be less for some things, but it still exists.
Yes, but it may not be classified as an STD. Blisters that develop that contain worms are usually from 1.) Person having sex with an animal 2.) Person having sex with a corpse (dead body). For example, if a man had sex with a dead person and the tissue began to rot and these organisms transferred to… the mans genitals, a woman giving oral sex could receive these also. These blisters must be popped and the worms removed along with strong antiobotics to mitigate the infection. (MORE)
\n. \nUnhealthy diets (not balanced), being a couch potato, overweight, smoking, drugs & alcohol, unprotected exposure to the sun, and having a history of cancer makes you more susecptible to cancer.
1. admitting or capable of some specified treatment: susceptible of a high polish; susceptible to various interpretations. 2. accessible or especially liable or subject to some influence, mood, agency, etc.: susceptible to colds; susceptible to flattery. 3. capable of being affected emotionally;… impressionable. (MORE)
It's probably a blood blister. Maybe you bit the inside of your mouth while you were sleeping. Doesn't sound like any STD I know of.
i dont know but he was born like that or he did that to himself some how yeah but if deidara did that he would be like kakuzu, sewn up.....
In men, chlamydia can lead to painful inflammation of the testicles, which may result in reduced fertility or sterility; and also occasionally Reiter's syndrome, which is inflammation of the joints, urethra and eyes.
That was the advertising slogan for "Treats" the candy that melts in you mouth but not in your hands. ANSWER: That was the original advertising slogan for M & M's, "the candy that melts in you mouth but not in your hands".
There is currently no vaccine to treat this disease. You can take medicines such as advil and that kind of thing in order to soothe the symptoms. They are looking for a prevention vaccine for the future. Currently, you just have to wait the 7-10 days until the disease is gone.
No, STDs do not just appear. You need to have some sort of intimate contact like lying next to each other with little or no clothes on, or some sort of sexual activity.
Increased vulnerability to a certain illnes/condition.Some cancers and heart conditions are more common in certain families,possibly due to genetics.So if your mother and older sisters have a history of say breast cancer,a younger sister may be more at risk than usual.Similarly,if we are tired and r…un down after a cold or flu,we may be more susceptible to other infections. (MORE)
Genitalia are the external sex organs of any creature male or female Genitalia are the parts of your sex organs.
Chlamydia infects the throat, not the mouth, and lives for only a few minutes outside your body. It is unlikely to get pharyngeal chlamydia this way.
he was born with it! it must be a kind of kinjutsu coz when kakuzu repairs his arms his left hand which was destroyed by gaara has a tongue again.... well....it's me again...i think i was wrong about the whole kinjutsu think above or at least for the first part...Read... "Before long, Deidara h…ad an immense thirst to learn a form of art which was prohibited in his village. It is a form of [Art that requires the kneading of chakra into clay].He broke the law and attained the means of creating that form of art. He then made an explosion with his "exploding clay". At last, he can finally create the kind of [Art] that he had longed for. (Further explanation for clarity: Exploding clay is formed by infusing Chakra and clay together. In order to do that, Deidara needed to perform a forbidden jutsu on himself to get those additional mouths, which can infuse chakra together with clay. The jutsu probably gives him the ability to mix Chakra and clay together in his own mouth (the one on his face) too. So yeah, Deidara performed the forbidden jutsu on himself, and then attained the ability to create exploding clay, which made it possible for him to create explosions through his clay creations.)"... That's an extract from naruto database III TRANSLATED. You can see the article about Deidei-san at. http://mangahelpers.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1071212&postcount=1 hope i helped...^\| (MORE)
I'm not sure but most likely your hands. Saliva has some anti-bacterial properties, and you touch lots of things with bacteria on them that you don't put in your mouth.
No, for various reasons: Your mouth does not have enzymes for bacteria. Enzymes are substrate specific. Because of this the only enzymes that are found are ones to begin the break down of food. The only enzyme that is produced by the mouth is amylase. This begins the break down of amylose (a starch)… into simple sugars. Logic says that bacteria grow where there is moisture, warmth and food. None of this fits the skin over the mouth. (MORE)
Actually, when Deidara was about 7 his older broth tricked him into participating in one of his parents experiments. Deidara had to hold fish jawbones and cow tongues in each hand. Then his brother drew the seal around him and told him to practice chakra control.
Hands have far more germs than the mouth. Enzymes in your saliva prevent germs to develop. It is the reason why most animals clean themselves and their cups with their own saliva, by licking. Usually your mouth but it depends on where you've been sticking your hands. Your hands have more danger…ous germs though. -Daddybear Actually your hands got more germs than your mouth because you dont go touching things like doorknobs with your mouth. ~Moonlight0691 it depends, on your hand you may contract germs through external contact which could be carried into your mouth when you consume something without cleansing your hands and your mouth could get germs from the food you are eating and breathing through your mouth (MORE)
you just go with the flow he might have a crush on you or he might of wanted you to shut up if you were talking to much.
To survive only by immediately consuming all resources as they become available, with no way or ability to store for the future .
Yes you can get STIs in your mouth. . Herpes is the STD that most commonly can spread from mouth to genitals, and from genitals to mouth. It can be transmitted when sores are present, and also just before the sores show up, so it's possible to spread it without having symptoms. Contrary to many peo…ple's beliefs, both type 1 and type 2 can infect the mouth and genitals -- there's no type specific to one location. . Gonorrhea can infect the throat and requires treatment; most often, it has no symptoms. It is more difficult to cure gonorrhea of the throat, and injectable antibiotics are required. . While chlamydia may affect the throat, the CDC reports that it's not clear if chlamyda in the throat causes problems and is transmissible; it's also not clear what antibiotics will eliminate the infection. . The HPV subtypes that can infect the genitals can also infect a person's mouth or throat. Normally, oral or pharyngeal infection with HPV have no symptoms. There is no test or treatment available for HPV infection, although complications like warts or cancer may rarely occur. Usually, the infection goes away on its own. The CDC reports that oral HPV is found in 7% of people in the US. . Syphilis can transfer to and affect any body part that comes in contat with the bacterium, including the mouth. . Trichomonas does not normally infect the mouth; infections outside the genitals are very rare. Most STDs can be spread orally. Yes Yes As far as I'm aware all of them can. Wear a Johnny on your tongue and you'll be fine. (MORE)
It refers to earning just enough in a day to feed yourself that day, similar to living paycheck to paycheck. Being unable to save up anything for the future.
No, hands don't spread diseases, STD are spread sexually, that's how they get their name. Don't count on the previous answer. If you transfer material containing virus's or bacteria...depending on the type of STD...to your genitals, then you could contract the STD...especially if you have an open …sore on your genitals! (MORE)
Syphilis and herpes can cause sores in your mouth. Other STDs can infect the mouth, but don't typically cause sores.
Wind chimes! =D I don't really know, but I think it was a good guess!
Yes, as a matter of fact a pimple in the mouth means you got aids! Or it may have occured for many other reasons.
Some STDs are spread by contact with semen or vaginal fluid, such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, and trichomoniasis. Other are spread by skin-to-skin contact, like herpes, genital warts, molluscum, syphilis, and pubic lice.
If there are cells for that virus to reproduce in and no anitbodies to fight the virus off.
his name is Deidara. He is a member of Akatsuki and was partnered with Sasori and Tobi,
Yes, genital-genital contact can spread STDs. Those spread by skin-to-skin contact are most likely to be passed this way. These infections include HPV/genital warts, genital herpes, and syphilis. Because there may be some exchange of fluids with genital-genital contact, there's also a risk for sprea…ding gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis, and HIV this way. (MORE)
Herpes, genital warts and genital HPV (as well as nonsexually transmitted HPV subtypes), molluscum, syphilis, and pubic licer are transmitted by skin-to-skin contact. STD's by their very definition, are diseases that are transmitted sexually, that is through penetration or oral/anal contact. You can…not contract STD's by touching and hugging or by being in the same proximity as an infected person. (MORE)
One example of an STD causing bacterium is Haemophilus ducreyi. It is transmitted sexually. Your question is what would happen if someone were to cover your arm with this bacterium? Absolutely nothing. The reason is that this bacterium requires special nutrients to stay alive. Even in the lab, we ca…nnot grow this bacterium on standard agar, but rather a special one called chocolate agar with factor V and factor X. Likewise, while this bacterium thrives in your genital area, it cannot sustain itself on your skin. There are simply no nutrients for it. It dies. This is why sexual contact is needed, so that the bacterium can go from one hospitable environment to another, without being exposed to the outside environment where it will die. The same concept holds true for all STD's. (MORE)
I assume that you mean hand, foot and mouth disease. This disease is caused by a specific picoRNA virus called coxsackie virus. The disease is normally only manifested in children less than 10 years old, but theoretically, if you are exposed as an adult and have a weakened immune system, then you …could catch it. (MORE)
His older brother tricked him when he was seven years old. He took him to their parents' lab and told him to hold two blue fish jawbones and two cow tongues while he drew old symbols around him to practice his 'chakra control', which resulted in fusing the alien objects to his hands.
That's 100% Absolutely NO!. ___________________________ HIGHLY unlikely. If you both had open bleeding sores on your hands, it might be possible - but you wouldn't be shaking bloody hands, now, would you? So, 99.999% no.
Susceptibility to STDs involves many factors including the individual's own immune response which helps to determine whether infection occurs. A very invasive STD infection is considered PID.
Hand-foot-and-mouth disease is an infection of young children in which characteristic fluid-filled blisters appear on the hands, feet, and inside the mouth. Coxsackie viruses belong to a family of viruses called enteroviruses.
Herpes and syphilis are STDs that can cause sores on the mouth or genitals (or anywhere else).
The answer here is simple: You bring one to the other quite literally. Best results are achieved in private. The worth of consent here is widely debated.
With both Breststroke and butterfly you have to touch with two hands at the same time For freestyle and backstroke you touch with one hand unless your doing a flipturn
She is susceptible to shingles since her daughter had chicken pox, and the two are related.
When a diamond is cut or set, it is possible to do so with its flaws presented in a way that makes the diamond vulnerable to chipping. Either of these situations is rare if the diamond is cut or set by knowledgeable workers. A less flawed diamond is less susceptible to chipping.
It means you spend all your money as soon as you get it. If someone only has enough money to just pay for food and bills etc, then their money is all spent as soon as they receive their pay.
Yes! If you're not sure check in wikipedia on Outbreaks 1. Go to wikipedia. 2. Type in the search box 'hand foot mouth disease' 3. Look in Outbreaks. 4. Read the info. till 2011 5. There you are!
Open the airway by placing one hand on the casualtys forehead and two fingers of the other on the jaw bone. Push the head back. With your thumb and index finger pinch the nostrils closed. Place your mouth over theirs and ensure you have a good seal. Breathe in while looking at their chest. If it ris…es the breath has been effective. The recommended ratio of breaths to chest compressions is 2:30. (MORE)
depends on if your naked or not if your naked u have a higher chance if your bodies actually touch but if your not then they can not be transferred
yes you can because you can use hand motions and talk with your mouth of course Yours Truly, Brianna Martinez-Diaz