eg. How do you approach an STD test with a new partner?

Can you get an STD on your first time having sex and its also your partners first time?

Asked by on December 16, 2013

Also can you get a(n) STD if you keep having sex with the same person every single time?

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Raninja

April 25, 2010 at 6:50 pm

yes, because boys lie and although it might really be their first time, you better believe once they feel how wonderful it is they will want to try it with EVERY pretty girl they see!!! NOT JUST YOU!!! don't believe him no matter what he says. he will sleep with one of your best friends, lie to your face, and sleep with you right after. be careful. stay protected! birth control isn't 100% effective!!!

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mrderson  

April 25, 2010 at 6:39 pm

Only if your partner had an STD from birth. But if your both clean you can’t contract an STD.

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Jazzy=D  

April 25, 2010 at 6:39 pm

Yes you can…unless you two both get tested right now there is always a possibility you two may have something. Not a high chance but possible. You don’t have to have sex to get an STD remember that!

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konablacktraveler  

April 25, 2010 at 6:41 pm

think about it! you can be born with aids and hiv! even if you are a both virgins sexually, there are stds that can be transmitted through any mucous membrane contact, or open wounds or blood contact as in sores, cuts , etc. also, people lie! they lie all the time ,with a straight face! even with a condom, you are at risk even a small percentage! use your brain, abstain. wait till you get married!

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LINDSEY S  

April 26, 2010 at 7:12 am

It’s possible. Virgins can pick up infections like oral herpes (what causes cold sores), hepatitis and even HIV with out having sex then pass them onto you when you have oral sex or sexual intercourse with them. Also some people still count them selves as “virgins” even after having oral sex or anal sex because they haven’t penetrated the vagina and you can still get stds from doing these things.
If you and your partner are 100 percent clean of contagious infections and std then you shouldn’t have to worry about passing or getting an std. But even if you don’t have stds or infections you could still get pregnant.
If that person is only having sex with you then you shouldn’t get an std from only having sex with them.

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