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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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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