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Hi Sounds like a vets visit is needed, ASAP the vet may give you some rehydration packs for him you have to use one each day, that's why his fur...
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Hi Just to make sure its not an STI or STD, its a game of elimination, so start at an STD/GUM Clinic, get tested and see if your clear, if not they...
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Hi Its shock, but when she gets hungry I think she will open her mouth then, either that or needs a drink, but not water for now.If these don't...
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No...that is just your sexual preference. As long as your partner is willing and cooperative, I don't think you will need to join a 12-Step...
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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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Sounds like thrush,definitely go see a doctor as this usually happens because of suppression of the immune system. An antifungal will clear it up if...
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Hi, You can get chlamydia by having vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has chlamydia.But if you now did not have chlamydia, then you would...
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Hi, You can get chlamydia by having vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has chlamydia.And yes it can stay hidden deep inside your body...
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Hi, Its your body telling sex is coming, so it makes your mouth water, bit like a dog waiting for its food.I would say your very lucky, think of all...
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Tooth infection
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Absolutely. Go to the doctors and tell them what happened and they will issue tests. Also talk to someone about this as such a traumatic event can...
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Hi, Yes a metallic taste in the mouth is part of it.Dose this help you.Good Luck
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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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See a dentist that specializes in TMJ (temporomandibular) joint disorders. You will need a thorough examination and some imaging studies.
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