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there is a chance that he may not have known he had this. Some STD's show little or no sypmtoms in males. He could have had this before he met you When in doubt...ASK YOUR DOCTOR!!! Ask how, when, and why...Ask all about all the possiblities, how this happens (eg. could he have had this before he met you) Ask him/her the best options for YOU! and consider everything before you make a descision.
s.n.marin says: [The amniotic sac protects the baby from anything until the point the water breaks and all kinds of infection can creep in.] However, if a woman has syphilis, the baby can get congenital syphilis. With HIV, if the mother knows she is positive, she can take medication during her pregnancy, which will reduce the risk to the baby from 25% down to 2%. At birth, which poses the highest risk to the baby (aside from breastfeeding) as marin identified, the baby is then given additional medication. A woman with genital herpes who has an active lesion at childbirth can also infect her baby. It can cause brain damage and even death. So back to the OP, as several posters have said, there are many STIs which do not show symptoms. Pregnant women need prenatal care to rule out STIs, including HIV.
unfortunatly.. most people don't know they have a problem until someone finds out for them. I am not saying it is right.. I am just saying that we all need to be protected.. I know condoms are crappy but if it helps save a life even yours.. why wouldn't you use one?