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Hi If neither of you has an STI, then an STI can't be passed on. Also, if neither of you have had any other partners in your life, then it is unlikely that you have an STI such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis or HIV. The exception is when people get things in childhood such as cold sores (herpes) or Hepatitis B and HIV (which can be passed from a mother to child). If a person has...
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