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What are the chances of acquiring and std/hiv from unprotected sex?

Asked by on January 7, 2014

If your partner has and std/hiv and you have unprotected sex are you most likely guaranteed to get it? How common are stds and the statistics…in California lets just say.

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♥ReturningtoYah

April 21, 2009 at 5:48 am

All it takes is one time. Unprotected sex is not worth the risks and it's std's don't discriminate.

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ELTA  

April 20, 2009 at 9:26 pm

For women the risks are higher of contracting the STD within the first couple of encounters. Really it just depends on the STD that the person has. Each one has a different infection rate. You can get on the CDC website and check out statistics for your state. http://www.cdc.gov and go to the A-Z listing and search for the MMWR (morbidity and mortality weekly reports) which will break it down to age, race, sex, and other categories. All STD’s are considered notifiable, which means that all states are required to report their infection rates. You can also find out info on each of the diseases, like the symptoms and long-term effects.

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