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Full Form Of Std

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Ask the Experts

How does STD form? or does it form in both negatives?

Is there any possible way that both negative in STD's partners could form any virus while having unprotected sex? The recent sex we had was anal sex (unprotected) and after that we found out that blood came out of the bottom's. ...
Lisa Hightow-Weidman, M.D., M.P.H.

Response from Lisa Hightow-Weidman, M.D., M.P.H.

University of North Carolina
Hello there-No, STDs cannot appear out of thin air or form on their own. If you and your partner are negative for all STDS then you cannot transmit something that you don't have. I would always advise that being negative depends on when you... Read more »

interpretation of tests below? ex partner full STD workup, HIV positive.

I had unprotected insertive sex (I am the top) on 4 occasions with an individual who was unaware of... Read more »


I am 22 years old. I have been masturbating since the age of 13. I never had sex with anyone.... Read more »
Test Positive Aware Network

Money Well Spent: Opt-Out Testing in Prisons Can Catch STD Cases and Save Taxpayers Money in the Long Run

How much do you think it would cost the health department of a major American city to reduce the amount of gonorrhea, Chlamydia, syphilis and possibly even HIV by 20%? More importantly, if you had to devise the simplest and most cost-effective way... Read more »
Project Inform

CROI 2012: New Full-Regimen Quad Pill as Effective as Atripla

The new Quad pill keeps HIV under control as well as Atripla (Sustiva + Viread) in one study, and in another performs as well as boosted Reyataz. Compared to Atripla, the Quad showed fewer neurological side effects. It's very likely this new pill... Read more »
Project Inform

FDA Approves the New Full-Regimen HIV Pill Complera

A new combination pill called Complera was approved by the FDA on August 10, 2011 for treating HIV infection. The pill, taken once a day with a fatty meal, combines two NRTIs [tenofovir (Viread) + emtricitabine (Emtriva)] with the recently approved... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

California: Sacramento's CARES Is Full-Service Provider to HIV-Positive Patients

The Center for AIDS Research, Education & Services (CARES) offers area residents who are HIV-positive comprehensive health care, including primary care, dental, and mental health. The services are free for the uninsured, while insured patients... Read more »
Connect With Others

Question about full STD panel time period

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
I am getting into week 8 of my last possible exposure and I have some questions. I know that 3 months is the relative window for HIV and most STD's, but I need to and want to be caertain. I plan to test at 3 months, 6 months, and 1yr. I want to... Read more »

Full Blown Black Woman. Lookin for friends.

Posted by Anonymous, 7 Replies
Just 4 months ago I found out I have gone to full blown status after being HIV positive for an estimate of 13 years. Considering I am only in my early 30's. So I have lost out on so much in life yet I have gained alot. Im a professional african... Read more »

Lost my best friend, lover, and 2nd full-time job.

Posted by Anonymous, 6 Replies
Just struggling through losing someone I spent 18 hours a day with for 10 years- the last 4 taking care of him as he got progressively sicker (hence the '2nd full time job').
The hardest part is the sense of emptiness that can't be expressed to... Read more »

Dr. Bob Frascino is full of it

Posted by Anonymous, 5 Replies
I am posting this to bring to everyone's attention that I find Dr. Bob Frascino to be a very arrogant person and and irresponsible doctor as a result. He often laughs at people's suspicions that they may have contracted HIV or another damaging std... Read more »