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Are Their Legal Ramifications For Not Being Told A Sex Partner Has An Std
STD is also known as Sexually transmitted disease. This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
Two answers...: Two answers to this one: - if you are planning to have sex with someone, it would be good for you to be able to be open enough with him to discuss these kind of topics. That is, if he doesn't want to discuss it, perhaps he isn't the best choice. - however, several stds in men often don't have symptoms, so he may not realize he is carrying one. Chlamydia, for example, often has no symptoms in men. ...Read more
My bf had 1 other sex partner, always used a condom. And with me 2. I have given him bj's. Should I be worried about STDs???
STD: It depends on what STD it is and if the partner has the STD actively and what type of sexual relation occurs. It may not be passed every time. For instance if one partner has Herpes and has no active lesions it may not be passed. If one finds out a sexual partner has a STD it is always best to be tested or treated. ...Read more
Male sex partner stated that 4 yrs ago he received one pill treatmwnt for std..he don't remember what one in peru...help!! ..what was it?
My bf has had 6 sexual partners, whilst I have only ever had sex with him, his STD testing came back negative, is there any chance i could have an std?
Yes: Did he really have tests done?Get a more detailed answer ›
Why do I bleed a little during sex. All pap/std tests have came back negative. We use condoms. Same sex partner 3 years and it just started happening?
Positive chlamydia test, no std's before and all negative one year ago. If i've only had one sex partner for years- does this mean i got it from them?
Yes, most likely: If you tested positive for chlamydia, then you and your partner need to be treated so you do not get reinfected, ...Read more
How can I get yeast infection? What are its complications? Will it lead to STD even if you have only one sex partner?
Opportiunistic: Yeast infections are opportunistic infections, no matter where they occur. If you have been on an antibiotics for a period of time, that is a frequent side-effect in some women. There are otc medicines for these issues, in early stages, and you are sure it is indeed a yeast infection. No real complications, but deal with it in a fairly rapid manner, and it will not give you any stds. ...Read more