Can you get a sexually transmitted disease even if you practice monogamy?

Not uisually. But that means that your partner is also monogamous (something that is hard to guarantee - no pun intended), and that they did not bring an std into the relationship from prior activities.

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It possible to get a sexually transmitted disease as a virgin?

Yes. From oral sex you can get pharyngeal gonorrhea, syphillis, pharyngeal herpes simplex ii. From non penetrating genetal sex play you can get herpes or syphillis. Read more...
Define virgin ! It seems that the youth want to redefine "virgin" to somehow allow a variety of partner sexual contact. To me any partner sex act excludes the label. In fact, any contact of an infected person's oral or genital secretions with the oral or genital regions of another can pass disease. Read more...

Can my girlfriend or I get a sexually transmitted disease if we never had sex?

Only herpes. In general, stds can only be acquired from someone who acquired them sexually from someone else. The only exception is herpes: hsv-1 usually causes cold sores and can occur in people who've never had sex. But it can cause genital outbreaks, especially in someone who gets infected for the first time. So it's possible for a "virgin" with a cold sore to give genital herpes to someone else. Read more...

My first sexual partner was a virgin and so was I and we were both clean. Can I still get a sexually transmitted disease?

Not if.... If neither of you ever had an STD or had sex with anyone else before then no, you wouldn't be at risk of an STD. Read more...
Depends. This depends on how honest they are,how you/they define virgin & sexually transmitted disease. There are infections that can pass sexually that are not considered front line STI's, like hepatitis,flu, mono. There are partner sexual acts that many don't consider "sex".A given male hot on the trail of some sexual conquest may say anything to get the "prize". Read more...

Can I get sexually transmitted disease from oral sex?

Yes. All you need to get a std is genital contact and the germ. The germ can figure out what it wants to infect, and oral sex can end up passing some mean ones. Read more...

Can one get infected by a sexually transmitted disease if one ingests bodily fluids from an infected person?

Yes.... sort of. Oral sex is one way to pass std. Herpes, hpv and syphilis are passed by mouth to skin contact. Gonorrhea, chlamydia and HIV are examples of disease passed by fluids. Ingesting the fluid though is not the issue. The fluid coming into contact with the tissue of the mouth and throat are how infections occur. Read more...

Can u still get sexually transmitted disease if u have had ur cervix removed?

Yes. You will not be able to get pregnant but a sexually transmitted disease is sexually transmitted. Read more...
STD. Yes. You can still get cervicitis, abnormal pap smears, as well as vaginal and vulvar infections., including such things as herpes, hpv, etc. Read more...
Certainly. All you need to get a STD is exposure to an infected person and tissue for the germs to invade. That includes your vagina, anus or oral cavity and surrounding skin structures, Read more...

Can you get trichinosis not by just sex? My obgyn said no its only a sexually transmitted disease but I read online you can get it on toilet seats

Trichomoniasis. Theoretically it is possible to pick up trich from a toilet seat but this would be extremely improbable. The human genital tract is the only known habitat for this species. I agree with your OB. Read more...