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By  DocBastard  |  38

1) He's your ex 2) He has an STD 3) He could have given it to you while you were together It seems pretty damned easy to explain unless I'm missing a step... 4) You're still sleeping with him

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  random_jay  |  6

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  eatthemcows  |  4

If she's been in a relationship long enough to get married, is there not a good chance that the ex contracted chlamydia well after her relationship with him? I'd get tested before telling the fiancé.

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  Paco_el_Taco  |  17

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  spazz666  |  18

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  kyarush  |  10

I highly recommend getting tested before telling your fiancé. It's one of those "don't plant the seed" situations. If your clean, no need to start the fight (there's alway a fight) and if your not clean.... Good luck.

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  nahgemoohc  |  17

Don't take it personally op! Maybe your ex was just trying to be civic minded by telling everyone he slept with that he has chlamydia so that they too could get checked:)

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  elidine  |  0

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  AssTard  |  15

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By  ThatKiddTammie  |  5

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  Awsumuzzie  |  12

I don't see why this comment is being attacked. Because she wants to wait until she gets married? She's 14 and saying this, this is refreshing, and congrats to her. How can she be disappointed with sex from her husband if it's going to be the only sex she experiences? I'm sure she'll talk to her husband about pleasure, like any couple do. As far as STD's go, I'm sure she'll know her husband well enough before they get married to find out if he has anything.

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  auriane_fml  |  19

Did anyone else notice that she is only 14. That is probably the reason why she doesn't know that you can use protection to avoid std's. I also hope that you have another reason for staying a virgin until your married besides this one, because that reason is kind of stupid. @19. My guess would be that it's "cool" to type like that.

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  cathyfang1533  |  12

I'm 14 and I'm also waiting until marriage to have sex. It's not because I don't know about safe sex, I just chose to abstain from sex. It's a personal thing and it has nothing to do with others. I'm not going to call you a slut if you think otherwise so don't call me a prude :P

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She's not just typing with misplaced capital letters, people! She's typing out an acronym! It's our first clue! A.T.W.I.W.I.M.H.S! Now to get out my handy dandy NOTEBOOK! I think it means: Attention Teamsters With Infected Wieners, I Might Hit Someone! . . . But what does it mean? I guess we need to look for more clues!

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  auriane_fml  |  19

@ 98 I never called her a prude or told her that staying a virgin until you're married is wrong. I don't think that anyone did that. I was just saying that she is only 14 years old. I only mentioned her age, because there are still alot of 14 year olds who don't know about safe sex. The other reason I mentioned it is, because alot can change when you get older. You also shouldn't assume things. According to your logic you think that i'm a slut, because I don't agree with you. I hate to dissapoint you there, but I'm also a virgin and planning to stay one untill i get married. I know alot of people who aren't virgins anymore, but that doesn't make the sluts. To each his own.

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  MindFreakazoid  |  10

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  OhDearBetrayal  |  25

Yeah and it's not like anyone could just press the button confirming they're 18 without actually being 18! That would be unrealistic. We all know that ninjas attack when lies are made.

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  TheSmoothDude  |  10

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  2436  |  4

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  random_jay  |  6

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Now at your age, you're going to be having a lot of urges. You're gonna want to take off your clothes, and touch each other. If you do touch each other, you will get chlamydia. And die. Chlamydia; K-L-A......

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  LouisianaBob  |  9

Chlamydia often does not have any visible symptoms for women and can be undetected for months or even years. For men though it can show up in a number of months so if she got a call from an ex it seems there may have been some over lap in the relationships or a rather short courting period.

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  downtime  |  12

She may have been checked, not everything shows up straight away in a screening. Usually you're told to have a second check up 6 months later for this very reason...

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  gman90210  |  18

Well she be giving it out to who else knows she should tell her fiancé about her having it. Unless she is going into this marriage lying and keeping secrets from her soon to be husband.

By  jwebster  |  8

Why did you agree to marry someone so soon after sleeping with an ex? YDI. That disease's incubation isn't long enough for a stable relationship to form in between exposure and diagnosis.

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  gemsweater  |  4

Sometimes chlamydia does not show any of it traits. You do not feel sick, nothing, but the infection may prolong inside of your body making you sterile without you ever knowing it. So the ex's confession tells you absolutely nothing about how long since they had sex. Could be even years.

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  downtime  |  12

75, I think your doctor may be misinformed. More commonly showing symptoms - yes, this doesn't mean the majority of men will show symptoms. This is simply an unfortunate circumstance, why the hell are there so many people saying she deserves it?

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  Harpy20  |  24

Well he obviously got it from an ex before OP, seeing as he's JUST NOW calling her because he himself just found out. So she would have had it during the duration of their relationship as well as her current relationship. So clearly there were no symptoms.

By  DocBastard  |  38

1) He's your ex 2) He has an STD 3) He could have given it to you while you were together It seems pretty damned easy to explain unless I'm missing a step... 4) You're still sleeping with him

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  your_ma  |  27

It's easy to explain and I'm sure her fiancé will be fine with it. Still it's not a fun conversation to have, "Hey babe you know how you gave me a diamond? Well I might have given you an STI!!" hence the FML..

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  thatKidzmOm  |  10

If he truly loves her, and she wasn't cheating on him, they should be able to work through it together. A strong commitment to someone can withstand this situation...as long as it was contracted before the relationship started.

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  blcksocks  |  19

I think her fiancé would be more worried that she might also have chlamydia and might have passed it to him. "When" or "how" she got the disease (if it turns out she did) wouldn't be the first of his worries. So yes, it's a difficult conversation to have.

By  music_woman1  |  11

Get yourself checked and tell your fiancé, there is no need for an explanation - if you caught it, it was from when you and your ex were together. The only problem I see is if you've told your fiancé that you're a virgin

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  downtime  |  12

Reality check people, men don't always show symptoms, and if the last time he was tested was back before they were together and this was found through a random screening he needs to tell all potential carriers. This means she gets notified by default. It doesn't mean she gave it to him, it doesn't mean he gave it to her, it means they're doing the right thing by ensuring the infection doesn't spread. Fucking hell, its not complicated.

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