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Help! - December 26th 2017, 02:03 PM

Can you get STD if you are both virgin? I mean if you and your partner haven't try to have a sexual intercourse like oral, anal,etc. Is it possible to get an STD? And is it also possible for us if we always have an oral sex? Blowjob and licking vagina? We are both virgins.
   
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Re: Help! - December 27th 2017, 05:38 AM

Technically, yes, it is possible to contract an STI if you are both virgins, specifically Herpes. Herpes Simplex I, the virus that causes cold sores, can be transmitted from the mouth to the genitals if one partner has an oncoming cold sore. Otherwise, no. However, when having sexual relations it’s ALWAYS best to use protection. Even if STIs aren’t a concern pregnancy is. The safest way to prevent against STIs is to get tested before and after each partner and use condoms/dental dams with each intercourse.

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Re: Help! - December 27th 2017, 10:44 PM

Althouhh we are virgins? It is our both first time in our life in blowjob and licking vagina.
   
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Re: Help! - December 27th 2017, 11:52 PM

As Jordan said, if either one of you have a cold sore and do any sort of sexual activity, you can still transmit the disease.

It doesn't matter if you are virgins, there are other ways to contract STDs.
   
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Re: Help! - December 28th 2017, 02:01 AM

I should mention, though, that HIV and Hepatitis C CAN be transmitted sexually and you can have them as a virgin. In addition to being contracted sexually they can also be contracted through blood transfusions and sharing needles. If you’ve received a blood transfusion, have a mother who was HIV positive when pregnant with you, or engage in IV drug use you could potentially have and transmit HIV or Hep C even if you’re a virgin.



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Re: Help! - December 28th 2017, 03:29 AM

Yes, it is possible even though you are virgin's. It might be a tad bit more unlikely but there are a few other ways one can contract an STD even if they haven't had sexual relations.

My suggestion would be that the two of you get tested before engaging in any type of sexual activity. This is usually the best course of action to take. Also, if you are going to be engaging in sexual activity it would be a really good idea to look into condoms and some form of birth control.

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Re: Help! - December 28th 2017, 04:52 AM

Agree with all comments above D;
   
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