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relation with two
Jun 20, 2012

i am a married woman of 35.i have physical relation with both my husband and his younger brother who is not married of 36 and dont want to marry in future. we all are healthy and are highly we attached with each other.Can i have healthy sexual relations with both .we all never engaged in any sexual activity with any body else.can we keep it going on and what precautions we all should take.are such relations in existence?Please give your suggestions .

Response from Mr. Cordova

Hi, there:

If all three of you have been tested for STD's including HIV, and are only having sexual relations with each other, then there is no risk of infection. A relationship between three people is called a triad. Triad's involve a lot of communication between all partners involved and should not be entered into lightly. Open and honest communication between all three of you will help insure that no one gets hurt, either physically or emotionally.

In health,

Richard



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