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If you only have 1 partner in sex & you don't use a condom is it still possible to get STDs or aids/ HIV just curious

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Dr. John Chiu
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Depends

Unless your partner is a virgin, you can't be a 100% sure.
A few people with HIV infection appear totally healthy. You should also be concerned with human papilloma virus infection as well. If you are concerned, get some tests done.

In brief: Depends

Unless your partner is a virgin, you can't be a 100% sure.
A few people with HIV infection appear totally healthy. You should also be concerned with human papilloma virus infection as well. If you are concerned, get some tests done.
Dr. John Chiu
Dr. John Chiu
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Dr. Laura McMullen
Pediatrics

In brief: If

If your partner currently has a sexually transmitted disease or if they are having sex with other people, then it is possible that they can infect you, too if you do not use condoms.
There are also a few sexually transmitted diseases such as human papilloma virus (hpv) or herpes simplex virus (hsv) that someone can have for a long time without symptoms and not even know they carry it. The safest thing to do is to use condoms or if both partners are monogamous, then to go for std testing before not stopping condom use.

In brief: If

If your partner currently has a sexually transmitted disease or if they are having sex with other people, then it is possible that they can infect you, too if you do not use condoms.
There are also a few sexually transmitted diseases such as human papilloma virus (hpv) or herpes simplex virus (hsv) that someone can have for a long time without symptoms and not even know they carry it. The safest thing to do is to use condoms or if both partners are monogamous, then to go for std testing before not stopping condom use.
Dr. Laura McMullen
Dr. Laura McMullen
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