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STD scare?

I had unprotected sex twice with a married woman.  She said multiple times that she is clean and disease free. She said she was tested about few months and it was negative.  It wont happen again but Is this something I should get test to be sure.
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Hey Mike!

Is there a risk? Yeah sure. Chlamydia, gonorrhoea , HIV, Syphilis, Herpes and more.

Does she play away from her husband alot and since she tested negative? Keep an eye on any symptoms such as burning and urinating or any usual sores and get tested at 6 week.

Im sure everything will be negative but for peace of mind.
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Unprotected sex carries risks of std's.  That she probably isn't a high risk person is in your favor but you just never know.  Time frames to test and incubation periods for each potential std is going to be different.  A health clinic can guide you.  HIV, or example if you take a 4th generation duo test can be taken at 28 days and beyond, other tests you can take in a matter of days.  https://www.healthline.com/health/how-long-does-it-take-for-std-to-show-up#std-incubation-periods
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Never take the word of someone who is promiscuous.  For that matter, never take the word of anyone who you don't know very well, as in a new relationship.  If you're concerned, when you want to have sex with someone you don't know well, always use protection until you both get tested and show one another the results.  But again, if you or your partner have multiple partners, either of you can get a problem at any time, so as long as you have unprotected sex in this way you will have a risk.
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