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I believe cheating on someone is one of the worst things one person can do to another. It's not something that should be forgiven easily, if at all. Once that kind of trust has been broken it is incredibly difficult to fix. Of course you're not sure if she's being honest with you, and I feel that's justified. She did it before, what would stop her from doing it again? I'm sure that's a question that's gone through your head. She can't blame you for being sceptical.

It's also very understandable that you'd have a hard time being intimate with her. I think it goes deeper than your fear of an STD. I think you're still very hurt by what she's done to you.

I think the only solution here is to keep an open and honest relationship. Even couples counseling can help you both deal with her betrayal and to move forward.

I don't know the details of your relationship so I don't want to suggest breaking up with her. Maybe she does feel incredible guilty about it, and hates part of herself for it. If she's willing to do anything and everything to make things better between you two.. then at least try. If she seems neutral on the top, or not regretful... then maybe she isn't worth it.

Sorry if I seem so negative in this post. I just know what it feels like to be cheated on.. and unfortunately it's something that still effects me and my current relationship.

Good luck.

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