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

If somone does have a STD are you going to catch it immedally?

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Say I have sex with a guy with a STD and used no protection.
So I’m most likely to get that STD that first time i have sex with him
Or can I get lucky and not catch it?
I’m not saying I’m going to do this either!!! I want to know though.



April 16th, 2018 at 10:36 am

Anyone with a new partner, multiple partners or just sexually active in general should be tested for the 6 most commonly transmitted diseases and infections. Certain high risk groups including prison inmates, men who have high risk sex with men, and sexual partners that have already been diagnosed with a STD, should be tested regularly every 6 months.

In the absence of symptoms, however, sexually active individuals should get tested regularly at least once per year. Most importantly however, if you know you are at risk for a particular disease, speak up. The best way to truly know what is going on with your body is to call your nearest confidential local std testing centers and get tested today.

December 24th, 2013 at 8:38am

You can get an STD first time out by simply skin-on-skin contact anywhere in the boxer area! That’s how many virgins became infected with herpes–doesn’t take penetration, just skin-on-skin.

And did they get the STD the first time they did that? Unfortunately, yes, they did..

October 4th, 2014 at 6:43pm

Some times it depends on the person and or it depends on the std. Some stds can take a while to contract while others are almost immediately passed on. Some people with stronger immune systems can take a while to contract an std and or for it to start showing symptoms. You’re really taking a chance with your health if you have sex with out protection with a partner that has an std. Every time you have unprotected sex with this person you have a chance of contracting it. But if you really love this person and you still want to be with him regardless, then it shouldn’t matter. You have the same thing he does and you don’t need to worry about protection while your with him if you need to just take some precautions so you don’t aggravate the std.

December 9th, 2015 at 4:40am

Here’s the deal and it kinda depends on the STD.

Men produce two fluids during intercourse, pre-semenal fluid as lubrication and sperm/ejaculate when they orgasm.

Both of these fluids can contain the STD bacteria or virus.

When you have intercourse, even if you’re well lubricated, very small rips are formed in the lining of your vaginal wall, so, the fluids from his penis are going to carry the bacteria or virus into your blood through the rips.

Depending on the STD, you’re very likely to get it the first time. It is like playing russian roulette with five bullets in the gun – very bad idea.

February 22nd, 2019 at 6:08am

For one I had same question.
I ask my doctor he said woman won’t catch right away But he did say that person can get it
years later STD. might not show for 3 or 4 year later.
If you don’t want catch any thing make him wear condom.

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