i did not have sex with her. I was just curious and concerned for her well being and if it should effect my decision to be with her. It was just a first date.
OK. There are a few possibilities here and none of them too serious. My first thought is that she might be hypothyroid--low functioning thyroid. Second could be a vitamin D or vitamin A deficiency. Third would be what's called androgen dominance in a female--too much male hormone than normal causing male pattern baldness. Then there's tinea capitis--a fungal infection of the scalp. Finally there are things like alopecia areata and telogen effluvium where for no reason the hair falls out and then regrows over several months.
Now i am a little nervous about sexual contact cause you hinted that might be a concern. Should I be nervous to ever be intimate with her. I did notice she had a cough, not that that means anything. She said she had allergies.
OK, that is good advice, but that would apply to any partner, and is unrelated to her hair loss? if she had HIV and didnt know it, would that cause hair loss, or is it the treatment procedures of HIV that cause the loss?
i wish i knew how to ask her about it, haha. Its not something easy to bring up. She works as an Xray tech, i wonder if she is getting irradiated.
so in general though, if i were to wear protection, i.e. a condom, i would be safe if she did have a medical concern, and things like a hand job or blow job would be safe without a condom?
hmm, but herpes is the only one to worry about in those scenarios? sorry im asking the same questions over and over. I worry about her cough now too, her "allergies"
HIV to get to the point of hair loss would mean a very low white cell count and the unusual infections that come from that.
Can you talk more about this and what those infections might be? Would she be walking around and acting normally if her white count was low?