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Donning/removing condoms

If a female masturbates herself and then handles a condom which she then proceeds to put on a man's penis before sex, is it possible for the male to contract one of the bacterial STDs from this exchange of vaginal fluids being present on/in the condom during sex?

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STD's are fragile and don't just move around at will. They need to enter into the uretha and it takes more then a little.
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No
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Hi Vance, thanks for  responding. Could you elaborate on why not? I imagine it's the same rationale as for hand genital contact however in this case the condom would be vigorously massaging the bacteria into the penis.

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STD's have that name for a reason, requires sex. Touching is not a risk.
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Vance.

I still don't understand why if there are organisms under the condom that they can't migrate into the penis during sex.  Can you explain further?

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I've had a very dull ache in my testicles for a few days now.  My testicles are not painful or tender to touch; they feel fine.  I get occasional stabbing pains in the tip of my penis.  No discharge and no pain at all while urinating.  I feel no tenderness or pain when handling anything.

Does this sound like Chlamydia?  Would these symptoms appear so soon?

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No it doesan't, probably anxiety related.
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Are abdominal/bladder pains associated with Chlamydia in the first few weeks of infection?
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Is it worth even getting tested for Chlamydia after this?
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Reread what I have already written.
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