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His_Lil_Angel
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ok so i went for a sti check-up at my local place as i had some symptoms. i hadnt heard off the people for over a week and they said theyd contact in a week if i had anything. almost2 weeks after i get a phonecall off them saying i have something calld TV (trichomonas vaginalis) im now on antiboiotics for it. iv told my ex that gave it to me (we had regular unprotcted sex & i think he cheated) that i have it and he has to get antibiotics for it. but before i knew i had it, but after a week of the test i had sex with someone else. he only went in/out max 4 times before putting a condom on. would he have caught it that quickly ?
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LilBlueSmurf
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Yup, you need to tell him too, as soon as possible.

You understand the importance of condom use, even in a seemingly monogomous relationship, now right?

[ 03-18-2007, 09:58 AM: Message edited by: LilBlueSmurf ]

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