Trichomoniasis is a parasite that lives in the vaginal canal in females, and the urethra in males. It is specifically transferred by sexual contact. If neither partner claims to have it, then neither partner should contract it. If someone has contracted it, then someone else has a lot of explaining to do.
Just like any STD, Trichomoniasis is transmitted during sexual contact, be it penis to vagina, vulva to vulva, or occasionally penile/anal contact. Therefore it is not possible for a partner to spontaneously develop a trichomoniasis infection.
That being said, Trichomonaisis can be asymptomatic in many, or may simply be latent for a period of time and not producing any symptoms.
Yes, you can get trichomoniasis from a long-time partner if the partner is infected.
It is possible to get trich from infected towels, bedding, or bathing suits; but not likely. It likely is from a prior partner or sleeping around.
Trich is neither; it is a protozoa (a parasite).
Yes, you typically get trich from sex.
Not definitely, but more than likely.
A person can only get trichomoniasis if he or she had sex with someone who is infected. It can be transmitted via oral, genital or anal sex. To learn more about trichomoniasis, check out this website: mylabbox.com
Neither doxycycline nor fluconazole cure trichomoniasis. See your health care provider for effective treatment.
If you ejaculate while being treated for trichomoniasis, you won't affect treatment. If you have sex with someone while being treated, you could infect the partner, and the partner could then reinfect you.
It is highly unlikely to get trichomoniasis in any other means than from sexual contact.
Trichomoniasis and public lice are STDs that are neither bacterial nor viral.