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Opinion Poll What's your reaction if your partner has an STD?

You may not like to hear it, but this is a real possibility.

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Usher Raymond reportedly has Herpes play

Usher Raymond reportedly has Herpes

(Youtube / Usher)

In case you somehow missed all the Internet buzz of the past 24 hours, reports claim that American singer, Usher Raymond transmitted Herpes to a woman and paid her over a million dollars to keep shut.

Herpes is a common sexually transmitted disease [infection, if that's what you prefer] that stays in the body for life if you contact it.

The virus is common and causes sores on your genitals and/or mouth. It can be annoyingly painful, but it is said to not lead to serious health problems.

You can contact it by having actual or oral sex with someone that has it, and mind you a lot of Nigerians have it too but only few people actually know they do.

play Usher Raymond got the lady infected and paid her a million dollars to hush (Black Doctor)

 

W.H.O says 67% of the world population has the Infection, so chances are that someone you know has it, maybe even a partner! You can learn more facts about herpes here.

ALSO READ: What it means to love in sickness and in health

While the idea of having a partner with an STD might repulse you and make you recoil, the truth is that this is a possibility.

More kisses, more life play If you have just one sexual partner, the chances of an STD are reduced, but not absent. (Shutterstock)

 

Because they are your regular/only sexual partner, the chances maybe very low, but you can't completely rule out the possibility of getting an STD from them.

Recall Tonto Dikeh's allegation that she caught STD from her Oladunni Churchill, her enstranged husband.

So here's the question, what will your reaction be if you find out that your partner has an STD?

Let's know your thoughts on this in the poll below!

If your partner contacts an STD, what will you do?»

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