1) I have heard that Hepatitis A is transmitted trough feces. If I licked the lower back a virgin and the top of her rear, are there any chances of contamination? And inst vaccination for Hep A standard?
2) A virgin once touched my penis after touching the penis of another guy who I am pretty sure was a virgin since this happened when we were just young kids. If I didn't get genital warts at the time, then there is no problem, right?
3) Also, I have read that STD's can be transmitted from mother to daughter during pregnancy. If so, how long would a child survive if not treated for their condition? Would the condition be apparent? I am curious since a virgin once licked my penis and I was worried maybe somehow she had an STD from her parents even thought I don't really have any proof of this.
4) Is it worth getting tested for? If so, what kind of test?
5) My last and final question, if a person would take a general blood test more then 2 years after the last sexual encounter he had and nothing came up, does that mean he is safe? Can HIV and other STD's be detected with just a simple blood test?
Thank you so much, if someone answers my questions correctly, you will have the best answer award as well as my eternal gratitude.
1) the chances are low for Hep A from doing this. Vacination for children for hep A/B are being encouraged. Its best to get the Vacincation Hep A before you travel outside of your home territory.
2) Yes, Correct. You were at ZERO risk for genital warts from this.
3) Your friend who "onced liked your penis" does not have STDs. Don't worry about this.
4) Not for licking someone's vigina/giving oral sex recieving oral sex.
5) He/she would be "safe" and HIV is detected with a simple blood test
gonorrhea, chlamydia and ngu are NOT simple blood tests, they are simple urine tests.
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