Hi, I think the answer is no, if you read this, its a piece I found, may help may not.
You can get chlamydia through:
unprotected vaginal sex
unprotected anal sex
unprotected oral sex
your genitals coming into contact with your partner's genitals
sharing sex toys when they are not washed or covered with a new condom
between each person who uses them
Sexual fluid from the penis or vagina can pass chlamydia from one person to
another even if the penis does not enter the vagina, anus or mouth. This means
you can get chlamydia from genital contact with someone who has the infection
even if there is no penetration, orgasm or ejaculation.
It isn’t clear if chlamydia could be passed on by transferring infected semen
or vaginal fluid on the fingers.
Infected semen or vaginal fluid can cause conjunctivitis if it gets into someone’s
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