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Yessir0912 posted:
Hello, I have a question.I had oral sex with an individual, Well i seem too be fine. Nothing about me has changed no sores or anything. Well about a few days ago my mouht has been dry and lips have been chapped, idk if i should worrie or couldnt it be that its a change in the weather going from warm tempts to colder temps. please someone give me advice
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LeeLou25 responded:
Just go to a Dr. and get checked since it was unprotected and with someone you obviously dont know if their std free or not.
 
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georgiagail responded:
Chapped lips and a dry mouth are not symptoms of an STD.

Gail
 
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Yessir0912 replied to georgiagail's response:
like its weird cause when i take a shower (hot) my mouth isnt dry just when i am out of the shower and outside... my nasal passage is dry as well.... i rescently stopped drinking soda and started drinking alot of water... (which i never did before) soo maybe my body is dehydrated?? idk
 
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Yessir0912 replied to LeeLou25's response:
i guess your right... sure help me quit stressing.
 
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FCL replied to Yessir0912's response:
Your body is not going to be dehydrated by drinking lots of water. Water hydrates much better than soda does. Chances are you just have a cold coming on... or something similar.
There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
 
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As seasons change many people experience dry nose/mouth. Saline drops or rinse helps the nose. For the lips, any lip balm can be helpful. You may be more aware because of the recent encounter.
 
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eaglebald1 replied to Yessir0912's response:
Sometimes our thoughts makes us worry. Sometimes when we think we have done something wrong ! We start thinking the worse, or I do I should say. I myself start thinking of all these things can go wrong and usually none of then even happen. I have even gone to the doctor before because I thought something had to be wrong. Just to have the doctor tell me..You worry to much and sometimes think to much.lol.
She was right, I do. I just try and make sure what I do anymore isn't something that I will have to worry about.
Make sure you know who you are with and if need be, go to the doctor, but don't just sit and make yourself sick from your own thoughts. Enjoy life and always try to do what is right.


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