#Youasked: Can I have sex with my husband when he has cold?
#Youasked: Can I have sex with my husband when he has cold? | The Times of India
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Ask anyone who gets cold sores and they'll tell you how unpleasant these little sores and blisters can be. Cold sores, which usually appear on your lips or the skin around your mouth, are also known as oral herpes and are caused by the herpes simplex virus HSV. This virus is also responsible for blisters and sores in the genital area, known as genital herpes. Unfortunately, the short answer is yes, according to sexual health physician Terri Foran. To understand why — the first thing you need to know is that there are two types of HSV.
The flu can be such an inconvenience, keeping you holed up in your home feeling like a sack of phlegm. But so long as you can keep the ooze factor under control—and you have a willing partner—you can still get sexy. And to great gain: The flood of sex-induced endorphins will help ease your pain, at least temporarily. So we set out to determine which positions are safest—meaning, which ones pass on the fewest germs. The good news is that the viruses that carry the flu or common cold don't live on semen or in vaginal fluids, says Charles Gerba, a microbiology professor at the University of Arizona.