Find out how many partners you have been indirectly sexually exposed with !..
This tool is for anyone wishing to discover exactly how many people they have been indirectly sexually exposed to using the generic theory of six degrees of separation. You may have come across similar calculators in the past, so we have added on an interactive feature for you to also find out your potential risk of getting some of the most common sexually transmitted infections based on your locality. Simply enter the number of people you have had sexual intercourse with and your best guess of the total number of partners all of them might have had.
Number of people you have indirectly slept with:
Sexual exposure was derived using established formulas for a finite geometric series. An FGS uses a constant ratio between sequential terms, used extensively throughout mathematics. In this case, when the finite geometric series is applied, it results in the following formula to be derived for sexual exposure: This was followed by gathering extensive statistical data for each sexually transmitted infection for every country from reliable sources such as World Health Organisation (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other government websites. We used this gathered data to derive coefficients for all countries and each sexually transmitted infection in relation to their population to calculate the probability of you being infected with any of the eight common infections.
Sexual Exposure = n(1-np6)/(1-np)
n : number of partners you have had
np : number of partners your partner have had before you