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Saliva is safe to apply to the sexual organs. While it is true that the mouth contains lots of micro-organisms, the same varieties are also commonly thrive elsewhere in the body, and are all harmless against a normally functioning immune system. Saliva also contains antibacterials, has skin-like acidity, and acts as a pH buffer. The only concern is that ...


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This really isn't any different from asking if it is safe to share food with another person after watching them eat from the same bowl. If you have a weak immune system, as with anything else, it is probably better to not share saliva with pets or humans. Depending on your comfort zone, there shouldn't be any issues though if you wanted to continue eating. ...


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The symptoms you are describing sound like the symptoms of GERD or similar illnesses. Since these can be exacerbated by stress(anger), that may be your answer. Symptoms of GERD: Sore throat Dry cough Bad breath Hoarseness But it doesn't have to be this, it could be related to what you are doing while angry: Shouting, talking or excessive mouth ...


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It is thought you need to have completed the series of rabies vaccination for at least 7 days to be protected. If that is not the case, then you'll need rabies immunoglobulin as well. Pre-exposure rabies vaccination consists of three full intramuscular (i.m.) doses of cell-culture- or embryonated-egg-based vaccine given on days 0, 7 and 21 or 28 (a few ...


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The CDC points out that: From numerous studies conducted on rabid dogs, cats, and ferrets, we know that when the rabies virus is introduced into a muscle through a bite from another animal, it travels from the site of the bite to the brain by moving within nerves. The animal does not appear ill during this time. The time between the bite and the ...


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You're correct, your friend is indeed gullible. Oropharyngeal candidiasis can be diagnosed by an experienced clinician by looking at the mouth to see characteristic plaques, or by taking swabs for microbiological culture. Blood cultures can be taken for systemic candidiasis. Antibody profiles are suggested as a method to also assist in the diagnosis. The ...


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