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Hi Don't forget, getting pregnant is all down to timing, with lots of other things chucked ion for good measure, could be your vaginal mucus, to...
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Hi The trouble with Chlyamdia is that it can go deep in your or his body, and then comes out years later but will not show up in tests, its a bit of...
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You were exposed to Chlamydia from one of your sexual partners, but it would not be possible to know who or when you were exposed. Yes, Chlamydia can...
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Hi If your worried, the first thing anyone would ask is have you ever had it, it does have a problem of hiding, could take many years to reshow...
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No, it is not possible to identify the particular person who gave you Chlamydia. Why not just use condoms and you won't need to worry about who...
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No, there are not tests for Chlamydia that will show a time frame of when you contracted it.
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Yes, you can definitely give it to him. Ejaculation is irrelevant. You need to be treated. Your partner (the one who gave it to you and anyone else)...
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Hi Yes in can get buried deep in the body, then re-emerge at a later date, its a bit of a bugger when it keeps doing that, but there's not much...
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I have NOT had any sexual contact since before the first treatment
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Hi This is from a site called Clamelle.co.ukChlamydia is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the UK and can cause...
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yes female receiving oral sex are prone to chalmydia, you can cure it in preliminary stages via Avoid caffiene, alcohol and high sugar...
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Those diseases are not biologically related, expect that they are sexually-transmitted.  Herpes infection in the mouth is not necessarily...
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I think so if you follow you Dr. instructions and take meds completely
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Your boyfriend may be not be telling the truth. Chlamydia is caused by exposure to someone else that has Chlamydia...simple as that. Going from anal...
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