Is it possible to contract an STI whilst wearing cotton underwear
Is it possible to contract any STI's whilst wearing cotton underwear (no condom) and body rubbing against a woman's vagina(high risk individual). she was wearing a thong for half the time. when i did release i made sure that my underwear didnt contact her groin area.
Yes, there is a chance. STD's need a moist environment and if the girl was sexually aroused her panties could have been wet. You need to be tested. I do hope everything is alright but you have to be safe. If you know someone is high risk you can't take any chances and not use a condom, even if you're not having actual intercourse. I've heard of so many people that have had just one unsafe encounter and ended up with a life long STD. Use a condom with every single person you have sex with. This your health and it means everything. Sorry for the lecture. I truly do hope everything is alright. Get in to be tested as soon as you can.
I appreciate you comment, thank you. I plan on getting tested a month after the incident. But I was asking about the chances, as far as I could tell there was no fluid exchange. in addition, as I mentioned I was wearing cotton underwear throughout. She did take of her thong for some time in the encounter, but as far as I could resold she wasn't moist/wet. I guess I'm asking to relieve stress more than anything, but thanks for your answer. And if you have any other information Please share.
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