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STd from women even if you are wearing protection
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xXxJerryxXx - September 3

Is it possible to get any kind of STD’s from a women even if you are wearing a condom? I always wear protection and I’m wondering if I’m still able to get any kind of diseases? And is it very easy for guys to get STDs from a women than it is for women to get it from guy?

 

Jassiera - September 4

YEAH YOU CAN

 

Oblivion - September 5

Yes, it is possible to get STDs, from men, or women, regardless of your own gender, as long as sexual intercourse takes place.

 

chalqua - September 5

A condom, infact, almost all "safety measures" REDUCE the chances of getting STDs, not totally eliminate.

 

Lola - September 5

Yes. The herpes simplex virus, the human papilloma virus, and molluscum contagiosum are the diseases that come to mind. They are all spread by skin to skin contact, having an effect on areas that are not covered by a condom.

 

Lelouch - September 5

It is always easier for man to GIVE woman disease(s) than it is for women to give man disease(s). Men are also less likely to show symptoms of having an STD than woman.

 

Vance2335 - September 5

Condoms decrease chance of infection, not eliminate it. Herpes, genital warts, chlamydia, and more are easy to get but it is difficult for women to men transmission of HIV. Be careful with your partner; even with protection.

 

JOEL08 - September 5

Yes... Stop sleeping around and you won't have to ask.

 

revan_delacroix - October 2

sadly yes it is possible

 

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