Did STDs come from sheep?
It's likely that researchers will never come to an agreement about where syphilis originated and how it arrived in the Old World. The most widely accepted theory is that the venereal form of the disease arrived on the shores of Europe along with Christopher Columbus's crew, when they returned in 1493 from a journey to the New World. Indeed, although no cases of the disease seem to have existed in Europe before Columbus sailed to the New World, it had reached epidemic levels on the continent by around 1500. But in recent years, pre-Columbian skeletons -- such as those unearthed at the Hull friary in England -- have been found with distinctive signs of syphilis. Those skeletons have turned the nice, tidy picture of New World origins into a muddy mess.
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Answer Its your EGR valve. Had the same thing constantly happen on my '93. Its your EGR valve that's sticking. Nissan uses a plunger type valve that's when sticks stalls the car. Find the valve (looks kind of like a spinning top) and while your car is running reach under and using your fingers mov…e the plunger. This will stall your car. Replace the valve and drive happily ever after. This fix is definitely a DIY as it only takes a wrench and or ratchet. . ( Full Answer )
Did you just have one test for STDs? You would need to have at least two tests, three months apart to be sure. Some STDs take some time to develop. . Answer . You are not at risk from having an STD that you were tested for from the person you had sex with four years ago. Talk with your doctor… and make sure you were throughly tested (some tests, like that for herpes, are not routinely performed in all STD exams). However, tests that are negative now will not later become positive unless you are exposed again. . As long as you were tested more than three months after the contact there is no need to retest. Retesting as the previous answer describes is only done when there is a chance that you may seroconvert after you were tested (seroconvert means to go from negative to positive because there is now enough of what the test looks for in your body to be detected where there wasn't enough initially). That can only happen if you were tested very close to the time you last had sex with someone who might have been infected. You may wish to be retested if you suspect the test may have been wrong (it is called a false positive and though not common, they can happen), if you presently have symptoms or if you may have been exposed again. ( Full Answer )
From the Isles of Shetland ( just off the British mainland). the answer that someone put above is somewhat true but from what i know they are from the "shetland" islands. and that is why they are called "shetland" sheep dogs. hope that helps! peace, love, and be happy!
Merino wool and lambs wool can be from sheep of the merino breed. Lambs wool can be from any other breed of wool type sheep.
Both - sheep are adult animals and lambs are young sheep - lambs are not shorn until they are a year old and the first fleece is usually a finer micron than when they are adults.
Some sheep, as with other cattle and food, utility or sports animals came to Australia with the early fleets: however, the original sheep imports were of low quality and used mainly for meat; the early settlers didn't quite trust, at the start, the notion of eating what were apparently enormous leap…ing rats. Later, they came to terms with kangaroo tail soup. The Australian wool and meat industry truly began when Sir Joseph Banks managed to buy merinos from Spain and Portugal in the eighteenth century. Merinos were later crossed with other European sheep for their wool and meat qualities and imported into Australia, which profited greatly from these new breeds, with their fine wool and superior meat. ( Full Answer )
The first sheep came to America with Christopher Columbus on his second voyage to America in 1493
Sheep are four legged, ruminant mammals. Globally, domestic sheep number more than one billion and are raised for their wool, meat, pelts, and milk. Their wool is a water-proof material, rich in lanolin; but to be used as fabric for clothing, the wool must be washed, carded, spun and woven or knitte…d. The natural color of wool is white, biege, brown, red/brown, or black. The wool is usually died prior to weaving or knitting. ( Full Answer )
Sheep are small ruminant farm animals, often half to a third of the size of a full grown cow and are ruminants like a cow. They are four-legged cloven hooved mammals that give birth to live young. Like a cow, they are large in the body and neck and small in the head and short-legged. They're often w…oolly animals, though some breeds of sheep have hair instead of wool. They are white or sometimes black but black sheep are more rare. Most commonly you will find sheep with black heads and feet but their wool is white. Male sheep have horns, however some sheep breeds have sheep where both males and females have horns or do not have horns; in other breeds the horned trait is sex-linked--in other words, only males can have horns, not females. Male sheep are called rams, female sheep are called ewes and baby sheep are called lambs. They love to eat grass like a cow or a horse, but will eat one-half to one-third the amount a cow or horse will, making them ideal to keep on a small hobby farm where keeping a cow or a horse is too costly. ( Full Answer )
If you have reason to be worried, go and get tested. It's too important to rely on home remedies, not all STDs will show themselves clearly anyhow.. The fluid itself is perfectly natural, and doesn't indicate anything else than arousal. No need to suspect anything unless it's changed in color, smel…l or consistency. ( Full Answer )
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Most of Australia's wool comes from the Merino sheep. Australia produces about 80% of the world's Merino wool.
you can get sti during sexual contact Usually STDs are contracted by having sexual contact with an infected person. Sts can occur in the mouth or throat and on the genitals.
The fibre that sheep produce is called wool, however there are other animals that produce fibre that is also harvested eg alpacas and llamas, angora and cashmere goats and angora rabbits.
"Genital sample" is not the name of a lab test. Contact your health care provider and find out what specific testing was done, and what treatment is recommended.
sheep are dinosaurs covered in fluff and they eat all the farmers and animals. that is the real reason all the animals are dying not cos of swine flu from the pigs xxx
You can be re-infected with a Std. \nYes it can. \n \nIt depends on what the STD was. If it was something like gonorrhoea that responds to antibiotics, the gonorrhoea can come back if the person does not finish the course of antibiotics. This time, the gonorrhoea will not respond to the antibiot…ic because it will have developed resistance to it, so another antibiotic will have to be used. If there is one that will work against that strain.\n \nSTDs such as Herpes will be with you for the rest of your life, as there is no cure. You will go through remissions and relapses. Relapses come about when you are stressed, run down, overtired etc. When Herpes flares up again, the Dr can treat it with zovirax, but it can't be cured yet. A pregnant woman with herpes will be advised to have a Caesarian section to avoid infecting her baby.\n \nSyphilis is on the increase again, and it usually responds to antibiotics. There are 3 stages of syphilis. The sign of the first stage is a painless pearl-like chancre at the place the germ entered the body. As it is painless, many people do not seek treatment and the infection appears to go away. If it is left, the other two stages will come sooner or later. This is to be avoided as Stage 3 is known as GPI or General Paralysis of the Insane. The condition is beyond treatment at that stage. As syphilis can be passed on to an unborn baby and cause deformities especially of the baby's nose, the pregnant mother has a blood test to check for syphilis and other infections so that preventative treatment may be given.\n \nSome STD's are not STDs but women fear that they are. I'm thinking particularly of thrush/candida, which is normally found in the body. It flares up in hot weather, especially in women who wear nylon next to their skin, when a woman has had too much sugar, when she has taken an antibiotic for something or when she is stressed out. Thrush is not an STD or a sign of being 'dirty', and is easily treated.\n \nWhen a pregnant woman has her first antenatal check up, it is routine to test blood for STDs as well as for anaemia and blood typing so that if there is an active infection, it can be treated. \n \nAnyone who is worried about the possibility of having an STD should make an appointment for a check up at a special clinic. The staff are not judgemental and nasty; they will think you are being responsible and mature to have a check up if you have any worries. In most places, you don't even have to give your real name.\n\n ( Full Answer )
Anyone can catch a STD; it is caught by having sex (oral, anal, genital) with an infected person.
A sheep a wollen animal that you can eat and were as clothes Sheeps hair is very soft and sheep can come in all sorts of shapes and sizes by Maisy Johnston
The basic things you can get from a sheep is wool, meat, and its hide. Even though, you can also use most of its organs and bone for other purposes as well. For example, you can use its bladder or stomach to store liquids. You can also use some bones as tools or sometimes even use its skull for de…coration. ( Full Answer )
It start of with ONE sheep, then comes out from another sheep, whitch comes from that next sheep, and carry's on!
Technically felt can come from any animal with fur or hair even people (think dreadlocks) however most felt comes from sheep, the cheap thin stuff at the cradt stores is actually made from plastic pellets.. Hope this helps. Andie AmericanFeltandCraft.com
No it comes from cotton plants!!!. type in on google images cotton plants to see them
Can it still be std if the area that itching comes and goes is very small and no other symptoms are there?
Itching that comes and goes in a small area is a textbook description of genital herpes. Next time you get the itching symptom, see your health care provider within 24-48 hours to get a swab test of the area for herpes. Promptness is important for reliable diagnosis. There are other possible causes,… and you should discuss these with your health care provider. ( Full Answer )
Yes, it probably does mean you have a sexually transmitted disease. It is also probably bacterial, so you can go to the doctor and get antibiotics to take care of your infection.
Usually men are more symptomatic when it comes to STD's. Usually males are more symptomatic, but the effects of STDs are worse on females.
Usually wool clothing and things that can be worn by any living animal. They also provide food.
The very first sheep in Australia came with the First Fleet in 1788. However, it is not from these sheep that Australia's huge sheep industry has grown. The Father of Australia's sheep industry is often regarded as John Macarthur . He was a man with a great deal of influence in colonial Australia,… and it was he who arranged for the first Merino sheep to be brought to Australia from Spain. The first Spanish Merino sheep were brought to Australia in 1796. ( Full Answer )
Wool on a sheep is the same as fur on a dog or cat. It grows all over their body on the outside of their skin.
Some STDs are spread by contact with semen or vaginal fluid, such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV, and trichomoniasis. Other are spread by skin-to-skin contact, like herpes, genital warts, molluscum, syphilis, and pubic lice.
In the UK, STD (as in Subscriber Trunk Dialling) came into use gradually in the late 1950s.
Do you mean an STD as a sexual infection? If so, it didn't "come into practice" it has always been around and spread ( still is spreading) with unprotected sex.
i think anybody can get a std if your partner gets infected or boyfriend or girl friend might have picked up the std you might see it a week later just depends Yes. If you have unprotected sex, you can get an STD. Some of these like HIV can kill you and can't be cured.
It will come out in the urine but not in sufficient quantities to be useful.
Yes, if you've had any new risks during that 30 days span, or if you're still in the window period. The answer depends on which STDs were tested. Contact your health cre provider for advice specific to the tests you had done.
The first sheep came to North America with Christopher Columbus on his second voyage in 1493.
Three-fourths of the American sheep producer's income is derived from the sale of meat, whereas, in the rest of the world, wool is the primary commodity.
sheep is small ruminant which produces about 'E' amount of methane,where E=(3.41X+9.8); x=digested carbohydrate in 100mg;(DCP+DNFE)
a sheep is a farm animal which you can get wool from and meat like mutton or lamb mutton- older sheep lamb- younger sheep :)
Normally when sheep are pregnant they will not come into heat. If they have come into heat after being bred it is a sign that they did not catch or have aborted the fetus. The reason why they do not come into heat is because progesterone levels have increased, while estrogen and testosterone horm…one levels decrease. After fertilization of the egg, a corpus luteum is formed, which then continues to produce progesterone and prevent further estrous cycle. ( Full Answer )
They are both technically right, but the majority of people would say 'an' STD. When talking about something that begins with a vowel-sounding letter, we tend to use 'an' - it just sounds better to say "an automobile" than "a automobile" after all. That's the reason why we have that a/an difference,… the way the phrase sounds. The 'S' in STD stands for 'Sexual' and would therefore be 'a Sexual' if vocalising the unabbreviated word. But when it is abbreviated, it is pronounced 'Ess' and therefore begins with a vowel-sounding letter. It therefore sounds more natural to say 'an STD' though neither version is more grammatically correct than the other. It is a STD. ( Full Answer )
Yes as otherwise it becomes too heavy, they can get weighed down when it gets wet, it can grow over their eyes, they can become water logged and the little lambs can't find their mums teats to drink, also there is an increased risk of flystrike.
You can get poisoned and die from sheeps because they are bad and evil. but you can get some wonderous stuff like wool and mutton (sheep meat) from sheep. Go down to a little country called new zealand, they have some awesome sheep, but don't go to australia, they only have the bad sheeps. Grammer… is our friend. ( Full Answer )
it come from the west, the west of the french alpes following it'sclose friend the suffolk goat, to suffolk, the lovly countryside ofsuffolk... now the sheep and goat live together in a friendlyneberhood following the suffolk cow and suffolk pig.
Dolly the sheep was the first mammal to be cloned from an adult somatic cell. She was cloned near Edinburgh by Ian Wilmut, Keith Campbell and their colleagues at the Roslin Institute and the biotechnology company PPL Therapeutics. Dolly was created by inserting the nucleus of a somatic (non-sex) …cell into an oocyte (developing ovum/egg) and then using an electric shock to cause this cell to divide. The resulting blastocyst is then implanted into a surrogate mother. ( Full Answer )
STDs don't typically cause rashes in the underarms. See your primary care provider for diagnosis of your rash. While you're there, get tested for STDs since you have concerns.
Merino wool comes from the Merino sheep. Merino sheep are most commonly found in the United States and Australia and are prized for their high quality wool.
There are several reasons why you may have pain during intercourse even though you do not have an STD. You may have a simple infection, by visiting your doctor you will be able to get a full and complete diagnosis.
Meat and wool. Using the meat all sorts of meals can be made andusing the wool all sorts of clothes and other items can be made.
You will need to see a gynecologist so they can do testing becausethere are many different types of STDs. Some such as HIV/AIDS willtake years for symptoms to occur. If it is a bacterial infection,you may have itching, bad odor and involuntary discharge.