and now he is just looking for someone with the same disease to make his life easier. You need to be tested to ensure your health has not been jeopradized.
I still like him and respect his courage to protect me... He and you should have made sure you were protected BEFORE penetration. If you contacted the std you will require treatment.
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One of my single friends is getting back into the dating world after recovering from a long term relationship - she is in her early to mid 30s and was diagnosed last year with HPV.
When you're a young man whose female sexual partner has just called to tell you that she's been diagnosed with HPV, it can be hard to know what to do.
Unlike most other STDs, there's no convenient way to get screened for HPV.
Really great STD or STI dating sites aren't as easy to come by, so combine the two needs, and you may find yourself in a pickle.
Even if you did use protection you need to be checked just in case.
I really think it depens on what kind of STD he has, and how transmitable it is.
She tells me about 90% of the guys never call her back after the news.
My thought on the subject is that she should not be giving out that info until at least the 2nd or maybe the 4th date.