Sunday, 25 September 2016

How Do You Get Hepatitis: All Info About Hepatitis A, B and C

Hepatitis is a disease that attacks the liver of a person. There are 3 types of hepatitis in the world that people suffer from, and they all attack liver in the first place. A few symptoms of all three hepatitis are similar, but the treatment process if different.

Hepatitis A: This is the least complicated of all three with no long-term infection whatsoever. A person suffering from Hepatitis A can heal within 2-3 months if he/she takes medicines as per the prescribed quantity.

Hepatitis B: A person suffering from Hepatitis B can get rid of the infection in six months. Less often, Hepatitis B results in long-term infection, which also damages the liver. It is important to get the vaccination immediately after you determine that you have this disease. It is a communicable disease and you can transfer the virus to another person even when you are not feeling sick. So, vaccination is must.

Hepatitis C: A person suffering from Hepatitis C will not have any symptoms, but this disease is going to give a long-term infection, so get prepared for a long battle against this deadly disease. There is one condition that could generate due to Hepatitis C and i.e., Cirrhosis. Cirrhosis means scarring of the liver. The worst part about this disease is that there hasn’t been any vaccination to lower the effect or permanent eradicate the disease.

How do you get Hepatitis A?

When you drink or eat something with the presence of virus in it, then you get Hepatitis A.

How do you get Hepatitis B?

There are multiple ways by which you can come in contact with Hepatitis B, these are;
  1. Having sexual intercourse with the infected person.
  2. Sharing needles when injecting illegal drugs.
  3. Coming in contact with the body fluids or blood of a person who is suffering from the disease.
Women who are pregnant and suffering from Hepatitis B can pass on the disease to the foetus. To protect the child from dying from Hepatitis B, he/she needs to be given the right treatment in the first 12 hours of his/her birth.

How do you get Hepatitis C?

The process of transmission of Hepatitis C is same as that of Hepatitis B. If you share needles, come in contact with infected blood and/or body fluids, then you can have Hepatitis C. Moreover, if you have sex with the infected person, even then, you can get the disease, but it is not that common. There is one important thing that I would like to tell you that the blood used at the time of transfusions is not infected, but it is safe. Doctors check the blood prior to giving it to the patient in order to make sure that it doesn’t contain virus, which causes Hepatitis B or C.

Symptoms of Hepatitis

Let us find out what are the common symptoms of Hepatitis A, B and C types are;
  1. Stomach pain.
  2.          Fatigue.
  3. Dark urine.
  4. Loss of appetite.
  5. Feeling sick in the stomach.
  6. Lack of nutrition.
  7. Low-grade fever.
  8. Pale coloured stool.
  9. Yellowing of eyes and/or skin.
A person who is suffering from Hepatitis B will also pain in the joints.

Treatment for Hepatitis

If you are suffering from Hepatitis A, then the doctor is going to check how healthy your liver is. There are many medicines available on the drug stores, which you can buy to get rid of Hepatitis A.
Hepatitis C is the most severe disease of all three, and it can be cured if you get Peginterferon Alpha and Ribavirin together. Hepatitis C can be treated with these medicines, but you may suffer from side-effects such as Anaemia, which is the low count of RBC and certain birth defects.

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

What Does Anal Sex Feel Like? Pros, Cons And Things To Keep In Mind

Anal sex isn’t a forbidden thing anymore. More and more people are trying this method of getting pleasure. Enough of sticking the penis in the vagina, it’s time to go backdoor and see how it feels. Surely, a boy is going to feel some difference, but for girl, it will be an unprecedented experience. Anal sex is totally different from vaginal sex because anus has another role to play in the body, but for people, it’s just that, ‘where there is a hole, stick your pole’. But, there are a few things that people need to keep in mind while doing anal sex in order to make it less painful and more pleasurable.

There is no maybe for women when it comes to anal sex. She will either love it or hate it. If she hates it, then she must have undergone extreme pain in the past doing the anal sex or she must have seen or heard a girl crying blood at the time of having anal sex. A girl who loves it must have undergone a whole different experience. From the boys’ perspective, it is important to make your female partner comfortable about anal sex. Try different positions to make anal sex more joyful and pleasurable experience. You must know what your female partner thinks about anal sex in order to pursue with the same.

Pros of Anal Sex

It feels good

When penis gets inside a hole that is not the vagina, then the sensation a girl get is totally different. It feels really amazing to a girl because the feeling is something else, something that is never felt before. The rectum will suck up the penis, thus giving you a new sensation as well. Your partner can get orgasm from anal sex.

Time to turn naughty

How about a kinky sex? Have you done that before? If yes, then take it to a new level by performing anal sex. It will be an experience to remember for both you and your girl, and since you are doing it in secret, nobody is going to know anything about it.

Cons of Anal Sex

Extreme pain

Since the rectum is not designed to take things in, as its purpose is to throw the faeces out of the body, so it can be very painful for the girl. You have to take all the necessary measures to make anal sex less painful and more comfortable for her. You can use some lubricant before you thrust. Also, keep your motion slow while you are inside of her.

Can be messy

Women loves to stay beautiful and charming in front of their partners, so when you perform anal sex with her, you are going to see her explode all over herself. She will be covered in faeces, which may not be a good sight for you. Also, she doesn’t like that picture. This is perhaps the reason why women dodge the question of ‘do you want to have anal sex’ because they can imagine it to go wrong with severe repercussions.

Important things to keep in mind while going for anal sex

Use a lubricant

When you insert your penis in her vagina, you don’t feel any traction because her vagina produces a lubricant, but that’s not the case with rectum. So, you will have to apply a lubricant in her anus or she can do it herself.

Indulge her in foreplay

You have to touch her closer to her anus with your fingers and then, slightly insert your fingers into her anus. Note her reactions while you do it in order to go about the next step. You can kiss her all over the body to make her feel aroused. You must know the art of teasing and anticipation.

Use protection

You have to use a condom as it will protect you from getting any disease after getting in contact with the faecal material. Moreover, it will help your partner, as her rectum will not be filled with your semen. A rectum filled with semen can make a girl sick, so therefore, it is important for you to use protection.

Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Can A Person Get HIV From Oral Sex?

Oral sex is a part of sexual intercourse. Oral sex is performed to arouse the partner. Oral sex is less risky than vaginal or anal sex because it can’t make a female pregnant, plus the chances of having STDs are also quite less. Now, there is one major concern in the minds of the people regarding oral sex. People who are sexually active need to know whether they can get HIV from oral sex. 

The chances are less, but one still can’t write it off. Let’s just discuss a case; a female is giving blow job to her male partner who is affected by HIV. So, a blow job is given by sucking the penis of the male partner. The fluids of the male will enter into the mouth of the female, and if there are cuts and sores in the lips, then the fluids will enter the body from there as well. With the entrance of fluids, HIV will also enter into the body of the female.

Let us know take the scenario in which the male is licking the vagina of his female partner who is affected by HIV. His tongue is stimulating the vagina, causing fluids to enter into his mouth. This is good enough for HIV to affect another person. Though the chances of HIV are very less, yet a person can’t just ignore it.
A female who is blowing his partner off needs to spit the semen in order to reduce the risk for HIV. If she let it stay in the mouth, then she is asking for trouble. If she swallows the semen, then it will pass through stomach acid, and the enzymes present in the oesophagus will kill the virus. For women, it is not ideal to perform oral sex if there are sores in the mouth because then, the chances of getting HIV become more. Though, getting HIV from oral sex is a rare thing to happen, but there are other STDs, which can affect the person. These are: Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. 

The answer to the question of can you get HIV from Oral is Yes. There is a possibility that you can get HIV from Oral Sex, but it is quite rare to happen. We have discussed how women can get HIV by giving blow-jobs to their partners, so they have to either spit or swallow instead of wallow, if they want to avoid getting HIV. Same goes for men; if they are licking their female partners, then they will also have to either spit or swallow.

How to reduce the chances of getting HIV from Oral sex?

Women shouldn’t let their male partners to ejaculate in their mouth. Don’t go by the porn movies, as they do it for fun, but in reality, ejaculating in the mouth is not a healthy thing to do. While doing oral sex, it is better to use a barrier such as a condom or a dental dam to reduce the chances of HIV, STDs and Hepatitis. A latex condom is good enough to avoid any transmission of fluids. A dental dam does the same thing, but it looks a bit different than a condom. 

A dental dam is a thin square piece of silicon or latex that a woman can place over her vagina or anus before her male partner begins oral sex. A condom can be cut lengthwise to be used as a dental dam. The chances of HIV transmission through oral sex is even lower if the HIV positive person is taking the right medication, i.e., ART to suppress the virus from growing in the body. A person who has been tested negative for HIV can also take PrEP medicine to avoid the risk of getting HIV.