Does it really matter what she did then? Just as long as she wasn't in a monogamous relationship with you at the time, I don't see how it's much of a problem. The most you can do is take her at her word.
The only information you need to know is if she had activity in the past that put her at risk for STI's. Even then, it's by far the safest course to simply use condoms until both your full STI screens come out negative.
[ 10-24-2006, 10:52 PM: Message edited by: Miss Lauren ]
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