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Hello. I had sex with someone prior to getting STD results from doctor. He is threatening to sue me. I am a nervous wreck. I don't know what to do any advice

  • asked by Anonymous in Herpes Apr 29, 2017


    Hello. I had sex with someone prior to getting STD results from doctor. He is threatening to sue me. I am a nervous wreck. I don't know what to do any advice. I am feeling lots of anxiety and starting to get depressed because I have no one to talk to. He is asking me to supply him medication and counseling.

  • Posted on Apr 30, 2017


    STDcounselor Recommended

    An individual could be sued for knowingly giving someone an STD. However, it could often be difficult to prove in court. Remember that there are milli... For detail, click here

  • Posted on Sep 24, 2017


    Anonymous Recommended

    It depends where you live, and if you knew beforehand. Even then, if you managed to live in one of the few places where unknowingly spreading STIs can be successfully argued in court, it's more likely going to end up in civil damages ($$$) than criminal charges. Best thing you can do to protect yourself is prove you didn't know.

  • Posted on May 27, 2017


    Tea****** Recommended

    First of all, if he doesn't get tested he's an idiot. Sounds like you were courteous to tell him but unless he tests positive he has nothing to sue for. and BTW.....When I got my results my OB/GYN told me the virus has to be there more than 12 weeks to show up in bloodwork so do the math and work from there....if you slept with him within the previous 12 weeks of being tested and he comes back positive, it's most likely not from you nor did you get it from him....don't let him worry you...it takes a lot to prove malice

  • Posted on May 27, 2017


    Tea****** Recommended

    First of all, if he doesn't get tested he's an idiot. Sounds like you were courteous to tell him but unless he tests positive he has nothing to sue for. and BTW.....When I got my results my OB/GYN told me the virus has to be there more than 12 weeks to show up in bloodwork so do the math and work from there....if you slept with him within the previous 12 weeks of being tested and he comes back positive, it's most likely not from you nor did you get it from him....don't let him worry you...it takes a lot to prove malice

  • Posted on May 13, 2017


    haw******* Recommended

    If he tries to make an issue of it you could turn the tables on him and request proof of his test that was performed immediately before you were together. If he doesn't have one (which likely be won't), if would likely be dismissed by "summary judgment" essentially staying that there is not a valid action.

    Also, as someone else wrote, it was consensual, he could have kept it in his pants.

  • Posted on May 01, 2017


    lri**********

    If you did not know you had it then he cant come after you. If you can prove that you didn't know until after and you have your results to prove that then you are ok. I know the girl who gave it to me admitted that she knew she had it but thought she was between break outs. I struggled but ultimately decided that life is still life just with a bit of a hill to climb. hang in there.

  • Posted on Apr 30, 2017


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    He can sue u but wont get anything because both are responsible of unprotected sex

  • Posted on Apr 30, 2017


    This user is not available.

    Im in same situation was consent sex i spoke with two different attorneys

  • Posted on Apr 30, 2017


    Xan***** Recommended

    In the state of Georgia you can only sue for HIV or Hep C. Did you know that you had it when you were sleeping with said person.

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