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Possibility of STI even if both partners are not infected?

Hello, I am jellie. I have already a 2-year old baby and we are been together with my partner since I got pregnant with our first baby. I am just curious about the STI . Because as a couple sex is always there. I want to ask if it is possible of getting this infection even if both of us are uninfected of Sexual Transmitted Infection. Thanks!
Asked On : Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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Dear Jellie

Thanks for posting your question here.

Sexually transmitted infection as the name implies transmits from one person to other by sex. There could be untreated infection which has not yet been diagnosed from previous relationship.

If none of the partners have got current STI, then there is no transmission or infection to either partners.

I hope this resolves your query

Answered: Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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