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STI Transmission


Can I contract any STIs if the exposure is a protected anal penetration without oral and kissing involve? The condom was intact.

What are the chances of getting syphillis, chlamydia, hep B or C.

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No, if you used a condom and that was the only penetration then you're all good
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Even if skin to skin did touch few times during penetration?
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please someone.. please answer me
I really don't think you have anything to worry about unless there were any obvious chancres or sores.  Protected is protected
I agree. Your skin touching a few times isn't really enough contact to transmit anything. Infections like herpes, HPV and syphilis can transmit with skin-to-skin contact, but usually require some rubbing and friction. Brief touches aren't going to transmit anything.

Using a condom totally protects you from HIV, gonorrhea, chlamydia, hep B, hep C and trich. Hep C is rarely spread sexually. There is a vaccine available for hep B. You may have already had it as a child. As your doctor for a test that determines if you have immunity to it. If you don't, you can get vaccinated.
I should clarify to say that you may have been vaccinated as a child - not that you may have had hep B as a child.
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