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STD Question - January 15th 2018, 07:43 AM

So this is a question Iíve been wondering for awhile and thought Iíd ask. I know you can get stdís from people who already have them, from gay sex(sorry if Iím saying it wrong or sounds bad, no offense intended), or from having a lot of sex with various people. But can you contract an STD from simply having a lot of sex with just one person who doesnít have an STD and never had one in the past?


   
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Re: STD Question - January 15th 2018, 09:09 AM

Hey,
I am pretty sure you can't get an STD from just having sex with someone who doesn't have one. . But you can get a yeast infection from a partner who has one. So it would be in your best interest to use protection. You should also always use protection when having sex even if the person doesn't have an STD. You can also get a UTI from having too much sex in a short amount of time.

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