Do Stds Cause Diarrhea
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Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramThank you for your questions. One of the most common myths regarding HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) is the fear of infection from toilets (toilet seats, toilet water, etc.). Put very simply, you cannot get HIV, nor any other... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineMost patients with persistent loose stools seem to do well with good responses to HIV medications despite the concern about decreased absorption from the gut. For most medications that doesn't generally pose a problem. If you have some degree... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for your post.Diarrhea is uncommon, but can certainly happen with tenofovir/FTV/efavirenz (Atripla). You've had some really significant weight loss in short period of time and taken together, your symptoms deserve attention from your... Read more »
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Posted by worried_dude, 2 RepliesRight, so here is what happened.
About 10 weeks back, whilst on holiday, I had sex with a sex worker. At the end of the session, I withdrew and was shocked to see that the condom had totally slipped off; it was inside the girl. I immediately washed... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousAnyone heard of ShamanBotanicals.com? They have a new supplement called SB-Normal Stool Formula for diarrhea. It's natural. It can be ordered on their web site or by 800 number (800-987-9920). Right now (through Oct. 31) introductory pricing is... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI'm surprised that being mycoplasma a very common std and being it included on the list of std's at least here in my country, there isn't much info on the web and few people know about it. At last I found a page in English (there are many in... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesDoes anyone know what genital warts on a penis look like? I mean are they pretty obvious or barely noticable?
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