An std is a Sexually Transmitted Disease that means that you have to have sex with a person that already has the disease.
You can get an STD from someone who has one. How clean or dirty your partner is has nothing to do with STD transmission.No you can not.You can not get a STI from a clean partner.Whether your partner bathes regularly does not affect your risk of STDs. If your partner has an STD, you may get an STD.
Yes, you can get the STD if your partner has one.
No; you can only get a STD if your partner is infected with one.
You can get pregnant if you have a STD.
Yes, you can get an STD if you have only one partner. If your partner has or had another partner, s/he can give you an STD. Also, if your partner has oral herpes (cold sores), you can get genital herpes if your partner gives you oral sex.
No, not from your partner. However, if you have had another partner yo could have got it from this other partner and give it to your partner.If you have never had another partner and you have contracted a std, then your partner is lying about never having had another partner.
It's unlikely, but are you absolutely sure that your sexual partner has had no other sexual partners? There is no certain way to tell. It is possible to contract an STD by contact with a toilet seat or a towel or equipment at a gym that has not been cleaned.
If that sexual partner had an STD, then it could have been passed on to you. So yes, you can.
No, you can't get HIV from a partner who doesn't have HIV but another STD such as syphilis.
Yes it is possible.
Penetration is not a factor in contracting a STD. It does not take deep penetration to contract a STD.
It is possible to not contract genital warts from an infected partner.
Unprotected sex is a good way to contract STD.
Lesbians can get any STD.
Yes they can. You can carry an STD long before you show any symptoms of having it.
What happens when a partner dies in business depends on the contract. Many people may write a contract that replaces a partner with a family member of the partner.
You can get chlamydia from your first boyfriend. Although multiple partners make STD infection more likely, you only need one partner to get an STD.
A sexually transmitted disease is not, in itself, a sin. A person can get an STD while engaging only in moral or ethical sex, if the person's partner has an STD.
HPV is considered to be a STD because the main mode of transmission is by having sex with an infected partner.
A STD can't be gone in 12 hours. Your partner is at risk.
No; you can not get a STD from a person that doesn't have it.No. If your partner is uninfected, then you'll be fine.the only way someone can get an std is being unsafe and performing sex acts with infected people
contract a particularly nasty STD
Show him/her a copy of your latest test.
i would tell him right away ...