I'm worried because I only rinsed with water on the mouth area then after that I went back to my eye area then rinsed with water there and there was no soap when rinsing my eye that's why I'm worried, was just cold water. Does it sound like herpes or stds or would your answer still remain the same?View Thread
All the sudden under my lips skin keeps peeling off and now on the corner of my outer eye. Did I transmit stds or herpes from beneath my lips to eyes from washing my face since after rinsing soap from my beneath lips I rinsed my eye part? Would that transmit herpes or std?View Thread
I'm afraid since Someones finger or nails touched my eye I caught std inside my eye.? I remember she said she has some kinda herpes doctors don't know she said and on my eye, It's burning. Do u think it shouldn't be std or herpes? She put drops of lipgloss on her fingers then put it on her lips then She washed her hands with soap but not sure if she washed well cus she was rushing. She was doing make up on my eyes. If she had gotten lipgloss inside her nail or somethin then touched my eye, I shouldn't get transmitted? I applied eye drops after half an hour. Maybe she still had lipgloss stuck inside her nails of finger where she touched her lipsView Thread
If Someone has sore bumps inside the mouth that's sore that never go away and gets saliva inside my eye and rub it, would my eye get std?? I'm very worried because that's what I did and now it burns since right when it happened!! If bumps inside mouth is std, I'm worried if I'll get it in my eye if I rub it after few mins after saliva gets into itView Thread
If I have bump that has been there many years that may be std and I brushed it with toothbrush and then brushed my gums with it, would this transmit to gum? Reason why I think it's std is cus I got it after I performed oral sex but the Doctors didn't even kno what bump on tongue was but I'm VERY worried!! Would it transmit to the gum if I brushed the bump then the gums or am I safe? It was an accident and I brushed it to my gum right after scraping from my tongue last night and this morning I feel sore bump in that area near my top teeth. What should I do??View Thread
I just felt my gum and I feel a bump on my gum now on top of the teeth where the brush hit. Now I'm VERY worried! Is this STD or what could it be? I feel sore burning sensation so I felt it and there's a bumpView Thread
Although I've had it for many years, if I rubbed my lip against my tongue with bump on it, it transmitted bump on my lip. Is it because it was skin to skin contact? So even after scraping it with toothbrush, it wouldn't transmit? Only skin to skin? I'm confused.View Thread
If I have bump that has been there many years that may be std and I brushed it with toothbrush and then brushed my gums with it, would this transmit to gum? Reason why I think it's std is cus I got it after I performed oral sex but the Doctors didn't even kno what bump on tongue was but I'm VERY worried!! Would it transmit to the gum if I brushed the bump then the gums or should I be safe? It was an accidentView Thread
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