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Answered 2013-09-09 01:40:52

There is no limit to how often someone could get an STD. Reinfection within weeks is common. To end the cycle, you need to inform your partner(s) at the time you are diagnosed so they also take care of the infection. Using condoms may help, but is not foolproof.

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