Hi, I had sex a month ago, and about 2 weeks after I have a weird smell (a little like fish) in my genitalia (I am a guy) and whenever I wash it with soap it goes away for a day or so, but then comes back. Is it an STD?
Also, I see nothing down there (no redness, irritation, etc),View Thread
Hey, I went ahead and told my mom and she said whatever. But she is not going to make an appointment at our regular doctor because she is like an ultra conservative Christian, and she doesn't want to be embarrassed.
So I was wondering if my health insurance would work for any doctors office anywhere in the US?
I am going to have to make the appointment myself, will any doctors office work?
P.S I don't really want to go to a public health department.View Thread
Hi, the thing is, is that I live in the middle of nowhere and I don't want my parents to find out. I do have a doctor but it's under my parents insurance. I would kind off like this to be anonymous. I heard some of those home tests aren't fda approved so I am skeptical of them.
I am not opposed to going to a doctors office to be tested, but I would rather pay with cash (not sure if it's possible).
Do you know if you could just walk into a random doctors office and say "I would like to be tested, here's 300 dollars"?View Thread
Hi, I had sex with a girl from college. I wore a condom, and I was wondering how long I should wait to get tested for all known STD's? I know HIV/AIDS can take up to 6 months, but I don't want to wait that long for other STD's like Syphilis.
So when should I have my first test? And when should I have me final?View Thread
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