Can you get sick from semen if the male has no STD?
I don't think so. I've never heard of someone getting sick from it but it could either be a std or you just hate the taste.
Actually, some people are allergic to certain components of semen and could have a reaction to it.
The sperm inside of male semen may cause pregnancy when ejaculated inside a fertile female around the time of ovulation (opposite in the month from the period). That is one reason to use protection, so the woman won't get pregnant. Disease is another possibility. If the man has a STD, the woman could get it from the man's semen.
How is it likely to get pregnant with a condom on but is not possible to get an STD with a condom on?
It is not likely that pregnancy will occur when using a condom. Condoms prevent pregnancy 96 - 98% of the time. Pregnancy can occur on some occasions when using a condom if the condom has a small hole and semen leaks into the vagina. Or, more severely, if the condom splits completely. STDs are transferred by the exchange of bodily fluid, so when vaginal secretion enters the hole on the head of the penis or…
Yes, you can, but the chances are low. You can get and STD from someone who has one if you are in contact with any of their bodily fluids; blood, saliva, sweat, semen, urine. Chances are you won't get an STD just from biting but it is possible. If you are wondering whether or not you have an STD, get yourself tested. The sooner it's diagnosed the easier it is to treat it. -5L4D3