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Here Are Some STDs That Can't Be Prevented With The Use Of Condoms

Condoms are 98% effective at protecting against most STIs like chlamydia and gonorrhoea. However, condoms don't protect you from all STIs.

The basic function of a condom is to prevent the transmission of semen. By stopping that one thing, you can prevent both pregnancy and the spread of tons of STIs .

Here are the STIs that can still be spread even when your partner has things under wraps, and why it's so important to get tested regularly.

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Condoms cannot prevent the spread of Herpes, HPV, Molluscum, Syphilis etc. Some STIs spread through fluid and skin. It's advisable to get tested time to time and don't keep multiplayer partners.

Getting tested regularly isn't just about avoiding passing STIs back and forth, but it's also important to prevent an infection from having a greater play limboimpact on your health. 

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