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    MrWorry123 posted:
    Me and my boyfriend have been together for a year and we were both tested for STDS. Everything came back fine, and yesterday we were unsafe again. Should i be worried?
    georgiagail responded:
    If you two have tested negative for STD's and you've not had any addition partners, why are you worried about an STD?

    hairyd responded:
    It good to understand your boyfriend could be have sex with other males. Therefore I would no worry. But it is good to be tested after unsafe sex. Are you experiencing any issue with your penis. I know it is difficult in a relationship to always practice safe sex. But we are talking about your life. Also Future enjoyment of SEX.
    Always remember your penis is unique, just like every man.
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    What do you mean you were unsafe? Did you have unprotected sex or did you or your bf have unprotected sex with someone else?

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