Yes it can easily cause bladder infections. That's why after your done having sex whether its protected or not your suppose to pee afterwards. That prevents bladder infections.
sexually active means someone who has had sex.
yes because you get immense bladder infections from being pregnant and urinary tract comes before a bladder infection please see your doctor??
Being somewhat sexually active at 13 is fairly common.It's too young to try and find other guys/girls who are sexually active though.
Germs are what causes infections in the urinary tract. Things that may acerbate this condition are inactivity, pregnancy, diabetes or urinary retention. Being active and keeping the genital area clean are essential in prevention.
You can't get a UTI just because you're not having sex. You would actually be more prone to getting a UTI from being sexually active.
Sexual activity can lead to yeast infections, especially if the partners are not completely clean beforehand. Lots of other things can increase yeast infections including too-tight clothes, non-natural fibers, cross contamination from traces of fecal matter.
Sexually active means that you've started or have been having oral sex and or intercourse. Sexual abuse means to force some one (with or with out being violent) into having sex with you.
The vagina is always moist and sometimes a bit more then that. It's perfectly normal and often tied to our cycle. You can also be aroused without being sexually active.
No, but if you have to ask that question you are not ready to be sexually active. That is how babies are made and you are clearly not ready for that.
Then it is next to impossible to catch S.T.D. without being active sexually.It would be almost impossible to contract any STDs without being sexually active.No, the only ways to get an STD is by being sexually active. They however can be caused by cold sores from kissing someone, or obviously having unprotected sex.Other causes can be from having oral sex or anal, if you believe you might have an STD for example pimples on a penis, but you have not had sex then it's probably not an STD as pimples are natural anywhere. However if you are still very unsure then you should check with your doctor.
Yes, although if a gay person is not sexually active, he or she has little chance of being arrested.
Yes unless you have no problem being pregnant
It depends entirely on the individual ! Puberty in girls can happen as young as 8 or 9 years old - or as late as 20. As for being 'sexually active' that is solely the responsibility of the girl.
No. If you do not have any sexual contact with another person, you cannot catch any sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. You cannot catch HIV from mastebation.
The definition of a psychopath is a person suffering from chronic mental disorder with abnormal or violent social behavior.This condition has nothing to do with sex or being sexually active with many partners.
Unless you are sexually active & in child bearing years, it is not needed.
Being sexually active with multiple partners
hey i am 12 and i am sexually active and i still havent gotten my period yet.i am really worried to. like mot of my friends have their periods but me. i am really concered but i am finding white stuff in my undies and i think that that's the discharge but im not sure. but anyway i don't know what to do can you help me out. but i still think that being sexually active sometimes affects you it just depends on your body type
It's possible though unlikely. Note that being sexually active includes any sexual activity, including oral sex. If you have genital warts, you should see a doctor.
Yes, you can be on birth control without being sexually active. But for further information consult a physician.
A woman can get pregnant before, during and after her period.
Yes. You can get cervical cancer without being sexually active. That's what they are checking for in a pap test. Current recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are that women begin getting Pap tests at age 21 or within 3 years of becoming sexually active, whichever comes first. See the link below.
Most adults acquire their first infection with genital HPV shortly after they become sexually active. It's unusual to find someone who is sexually active but goes through life without ever being exposed to HPV.