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Can you give someone a STI if you don’t have it / have only had sex with the same person.
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If you don’t have a STI then you will not give someone an STI
If the person who you have had sex with has an STI and you received it, then yes you have an STI and should go to the doctor.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Can you give someone a STI if you don’t have it / have only had sex with the same person.
Even if you’ve only and sex with one person your whole life, unfortunately it doesn’t lower your chances of catching an sti. You need to make sure you are using condoms as all times even in a monogamous relationship because you don’t know what your partner is doing behind your back. If possible sit them down and explain that condoms are a must !
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