trust in partner
Apr 6, 1998
WHAT IF I'VE BEEN WITH MY PARTNER FOR A YEAE. I LOVE AND TRUST HIM SO I WANT KNOW IF IT'S OK TO HAVE SEX WITH HIM UNPROTECTED. AND LET HIM EJACULATE IN ME.
Response from Mr. Sowadsky
Hi. Thank you for your question. Love and trust will not protect you against HIV and other STDs. It is important to talk to each other about STDs, before you stop using condoms. He may have been infected with an STD before the two of you got together. If he got infected with a viral STD (Herpes, Genital/Anal Warts, etc.), he could infect you today, even if he became infected months or years ago. Talk to each other about this.
Before you stop using condoms with him, both of you should be tested for HIV and other STDs. If both of you have tested negative for HIV and other STDs, AND neither of you have any STD, AND neither of you are continuing to put yourselves at risk of infection, only then is it safe to stop using condoms.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to e-mail me at "firstname.lastname@example.org" or call me at (Nationwide). I'm glad to help!
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