How to talk to your partner about STDs. Jul 05, 2008 - 14 comments Tags
Talking to Your Partner About STDs. You and your partner have decided to have sex. You know you should talk about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) before the action starts, but the thought of having "the talk" makes you completely nervous.
Talking With Your Partner About STDs. Whether you have an STD, or are just playing it safe, talking with your partner about STDs and AIDS is extremely important. Nothing can hurt a relationship more than lack of trust, which can easily be obtained by not so much outright lying, but keeping...
It’s normal to feel anxious about having this talk. To make yourself feel better you could discuss STDs with your doctor.
Couples who decide to talk about STDs can then have the opportunity to get tested, talk about risk, develop a prevention plan from that point on, and clarify their relationship. The following are helpful points to use when getting ready to tell your partner about your STD.
When you talk to your partner about getting tested, it’s always better to stick to cold facts. Many people who have STDs don’t know it, so the risk of infection is the same even if he hasn’t noticed any symptoms.
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