What Is The Most Common Medication Prescribed For Gonorrhea
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Brazil-Guy,Your concerns are largely unwarranted. Gonorrhea can be transmitted via oral sex quite easily and efficiently. HIV, by comparison, cannot. In fact it's quite difficult to transmit HIV via oral sex, particularly via the receptive... Read more »
Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramThank you for your question. Gonorrhea is a bacterial infection that is primarily spread through vaginal intercourse, anal intercourse and giving oral sex. When symptoms are present, they generally begin 2 to 7 days after infection, but it may... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi Brazil-Guy,The "setting the bar extremely low" comment was a wise-ass remark I was making that was directed at our president George W. Bush. He tends to mangle the English language so badly it's often difficult to understand what... Read more »
New York University, School of MedicineDear Anadrol 50,It is not at all uncommon for oral anabolics like anadrol to cause liver toxicity. I do not have numbers to tell you, it is really an idiosyncratic reaction, but I have seen quite a bit of it, particularly with anadrol. Have your MD... Read more »
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Posted by jjdietz, 3 RepliesHello,
I was diagnosed with gonorrhea last Saturday. I was given a shot and I'm taking medication. I'm feeling alot better, but I have to finish my medication for another week.
As of April, 2012, my CD4 count was over 2,000 and my viral load was less... Read more »
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