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richard2121
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Ok so my girlfriend and I are considering giving oral/manual sex to each other. Neither of us has had any sexual contact of any kind with anyone and we are each others first boyfriend/girlfriend. I was the first guy she kissed and she the first girl. The most we've done is me rubbing her clitoris through her booty shorts with underwear underneath them. I was wondering if it is possible to be born with an STI.

I know if the mother has one during birth the child has a slim chance of contracting it but it is usually diagnosed by the delivering physician. She wants me to get tested (which is fine,I was planning on it).

Another question is, she likes me rubbing her clitoris through her booty shorts, but she wants me to do it when she's having her period, I was also wondering if that I gave her an orgasm from that, with a tampon in, would she spew blood or something?

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You can be born with, or exposed during birth, breastfeeding and/or childhood to most sexually transmittes infections, like HIV, Herpes (oral herpes is most often contracted nonsexually in childhood), Syphilis and others.

However, if a mother got pre-natal care and good healthcare at birth, she was screened for these, which rules out having them congenitally or via birth without knowing.

If you're getting tested, why don't you both go together? When it comes to couples and testing, what's ideal is for both to be tested. It's not the most romantic date ever, I'll give you, but it can feel better with a buddy. [Smile]

Orgasms don't cause "spewing" from the vagina. While women often self-lubricate, it doesn't shoot out or anything. female ejaculation, which doesn't happen for all women or for women all the time, is more of a "spew," but a) it's unlikely to occur from only external vulval rubbing for most, and b) it's not understood to come from inside the vagina or the uterus.

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Thank you very much Miss Heather.
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