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

What is the likelihood that STD transmission wont occur the first time you have unprotected sex?

Asked by on December 26, 2013

What is the likelihood that STD transmission wont occur the first time you have unprotected sex?
Is there any reason to continue using condoms?

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Hope

May 20, 2012 at 6:52 pm

You never know. The risk is higher depending on the amount of partners you have, but it can also be just one time and you get one. Its unpredictable. I just think its stupid to risk, cause the stds you can get are not a joke, and you will have to stick with them forever. You would be filled up with antibiotics. But yeah, thats your choice. Its like saying, what is the likelihood of me crossing the street when the green lights are on, and getting killed! Lot of factors are involved. But you can't just depend on luck. You can be lucky once, but the next NO. It would be justified in the 1960s when HIV wasnt known, but now you aware it does exist, and you have a way to prevent it from affecting you. Why not use it? Seems to me as pure suicide.

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