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Had sex with partner during periods. Can I contract STD?

I was getting intimate with a lady during her period and will I didn t penetrate her, my penis head rubbed against her vagina . I haven t been able to wash off the blood stain. Here are my questions: 1) Is there a chance that I would contract any form of STD (since I didn t penetrate her)? 2) Should I be worried that the blood stain doesn t come off?
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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hi dear although chance of contacting bacterial std is less as it requires bit trauma to the penis. but what u should be worried of is hiv and hepatitis b. both are deadly and both spread through even slightest contact of blood. now there are two things u can do. either u meet a doctor and take post exposure prophylaxis or if u have faith on ur partner and u think she might be hiv negative, u can wait for a week and get p 24 for hiv done.
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