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I'm going to have sex with a guy who's had sex twice. I can't tell mum anything and that limits my options for contraceptives or any STI check-up. If we have sex with just a condom will it prevent the spread of STI's? Even if he's had sex twice?

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Yin And Yang answered

There is a chance you can still get STD's with a condom. Nothing is fool proof except abstinence. Think about it... The condom may protect himself from you but are YOU really protected? Also remember condoms break.

Firstname Refreshme lastname Profile

He said only twice ? Most people downplay the amount of sexual partners that they have had. Don't let that sway you into a false sense of security.

No guarantee that a  condom will prevent diseases or herpes.

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Anonymous answered

Your mum is your best source of help.  Pity, you are throwing that away.  By all means, go to strangers on the Internet.  Brilliant.

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Darren Wolfgang answered

Well, no condom is guarantee to protect you. My advice is to refrain from having intercourse if you have to ask this on a website cause something tells me. 9 chances out of 10 , your not too schooled on what is going to happen or what is going to go on. Also, there is chances that a condom can break. As a Male this day and age i would not have intercourse with a Woman to we both can go get a physical examination to rule out that we are both free from any STD's,  it's better to be safe than to be sorry and I would urge her to get on contraceptive and or birth control . Plus i would get advice from a physician what is the best condom for a Male to use.

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