Yes, you can get trichomoniasis from a long-time partner if the partner is infected.
It doesn't matter how long he's had it. If he has trichomoniasis he can pass it onto his partner. It's easily cured with a several pills for both male and female. Planned Parenthood treats this
No, there is no way to tell how long a male or female has had trichomoniasis.
You can carry trichomonas until it is treated properly. It will not resolve on its own. The symptoms may improve, but the causative organism is still present can can still cause problems both for the infected individual, and also for any future partners they may have.Symptoms usually appear in 4-28 days after sexual intercourse with an infected partner.The infection usually remains there unless treatment by antiprotozoals takes place, e.g. metronidazole and tinidazoleTrichomoniasis does not affect your life span.
Trichomoniasis has no long-term effects. It is mostly an annoyance.
Yes, it's possible for only one partner in a couple to have trichomoniasis; however, both partners should be treated, as testing is relatively insensitive. That is, you can have it without knowing, so it makes more sense for both to be treated for long-lasting cure and lack of reinfection between partners.
There are no known long-term effects.
Trichomoniasis is an annoyance, and can increase the risk of getting other infections. But trich itself has no long-term consequences.
Untreated trichomoniasis has no long-term effects. Untreated chlamydia can lead to sterility or chronic pelvic pain.
Doxycycline will not cure trichomoniasis. Typical treatment is with 2 g of metronidazole in a single dose.
Patients using metronidazole for trichomonas should abstain for seven days after treatment. If symptoms recur or are not relieved, avoid sex until retesting.
It takes a week after treatment to be cured of trichomoniasis. Patients should abstain for seven days after treatment.
Routine laundry will easily kill trichomoniasis on your underwear. Also, it won't live long if dried out. Reinfection with your own clothes is impossible.
Bacterial vaginosis can't turn into trichomoniasis, but trichomoniasis always causes bacterial vaginosis. Many women with recurrent BV have trich and don't know it, since BV is more easily diagnosed than trich. To diagnose trichomoniasis, the health care provider must look at the vaginal discharge immediately under the microscope, or needs to use a special trichomoniasis swab.
Wait until you have been declared fine so you don't give it to your partner.
Pregnant women can be treated safely for trichomoniasis. Women close to delivery may have to delay treatment. Talk with your prenatal care provider for advice specific to your situation.
Yes, there is no limit to the number of times you can get trichomoniasis. It is common for partners to reinfect each other right away if they don't wait long enough before having sex after treatment.
A man may never know he has Trich unless tested for the infection.
It will take up to 2 weeks to be cured from Trich after treatment of metronidazole.
You'll never know until you meet him/her.
Until you're married and want kids.
Just because she is a lesbian doesn't mean that she or her partner or previous partners couldnt have slept with a man. Disease is a chain reaction. Perhaps she slept with a Bi-girl. You just never know.... Trichomoniasis is caused by a parasite which is long lived in Females but dies in a few weeks in men. Standard intercourse or Vulva to Vulva contact is enough to pass the parasite on. It responds well to The antibiotic metronidazole is commonly used to cure the infection. A newer drug, called Tinidazole may be used.
A bladder is a series of of different chemicals, and how they react to your body. Bacteria is the most common cause of bladder infections, and if the bacteria is found in the fluids passed by intercourse, then it can cause damage to your partner, but that's only if its enough bacteria, and if his body can handle it. As long as you know it is a bladder infection, and not a form of STI's, then your partner should be safe, but sex may affect your personal bladder infection, so talk to your doctor, but if i were you, you may just want to wait until it passes. :)
He would have to eat nothing but nuts for a long time for there to be anything in the semen to affect you and even that is doubtful.
until you can fix it Like yeah until you fix it you'll always have a black mark! It really stinks!!!