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Hi As  long as you have a healthy mouth, ten things should be okAs for her juices, just don't worry, they wont harm you, just enjoy them and...
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blister on lip: get blistex. if that doesn't work then get vaseline (the thick, oily/fatty one, not the hand cream) as it has thick layer to...
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It is extremely unlikely to contract HIV by kissing. HIV is passed through blood (not saliva) so both of you would have to have open wounds on your...
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Hi I would just go see your doctor and stop speculating on what you may have, if you have something on you tonsils like you say, the best thing would...
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No blood clots or lumps.  Is very hurtful when I tried to put finger in it just barely goes in and comes you with a pink/red stain no...
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Assuming your diagnosis of a wart is correct, freezing may be the preferred method because of its location. Duct tape would be worthless on your lip...
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Hi, This dose sound like a fungal infection, so some things you can try, like garlic. http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/how-treat-vaginal-infection...
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HI, Ok so your now worried yes, well we all would.So get your self off to the nearest STD/GUM Clinic, get them to have a look at your penis, see if...
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The short answer is: Yes. Unfortunately, you have exposed yourself to genital herpes.It doesn't matter that the cold sore was scabbed over or...
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Herpes simplex virus can be spread in that manner IF this person had herpes and you were susceptible to getting it. Since many people have antibodies...
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A cold sore is herpes virus, and MRSA, of course, is a bacterial Staph infection. Because a cold sore can open the skin, it would make it more...
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