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Posted by: bryn | 2010-05-10

infection

If I get some vaginal juices of someone that may be infected with an STD - How long would those " grems"  remain active ?

i.e. what would a safe period be between touching a woman that could be infected, to touching a part of your own body, such as mouth, nose, penis etc

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The 'grems' stay active as long as they do not get treatment. Consult your doctor for proper management. Infection is when any part of the body or bodyfluids meet/mix. I suggest you use condoms to prevent contracting other infections or infecting your partner. STD and HIV is preventable.

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Posted by: sexologist | 2010-05-11

The 'grems' stay active as long as they do not get treatment. Consult your doctor for proper management. Infection is when any part of the body or bodyfluids meet/mix. I suggest you use condoms to prevent contracting other infections or infecting your partner. STD and HIV is preventable.

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