By Anonymous - 15/02/2016 01:57 - United Kingdom - Hull
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Don't have sex with strangers. That's not the way
Maybe you should have only tried with one dude.
Maybe you should have done std tests before taking the condoms off? Just a thought...
OP could very well be a married woman. Trying for a baby can cause tension in a marriage. One spouse can feel like they've been pressured but they're afraid of disappointing the other, and often times trying for a baby leads to ovulation tests and timed unpassionate sex which could lead someone chlamydia free to do something that causes chlamydia... That's just one of the MANY possibilities other than the popular "OP is responsible" theory.
Who the fuck cares? Even if she's in a monogamous relationship, getting tested won't hurt it's for your own benefit. Just because I have a boyfriend doesn't mean I won't do my routine checkups every year. It takes 2 minutes but I guess that's too much for most people. *sigh*
I'm guessing you got this from your long-term partner? If that's the case, sorry, OP and that sucks. But SOOO much better to learn he's a cheating douche now that AFTER you got pregnant. Take the meds, get better, and chalk it up as a win for getting out of that relationship before things got irreversible.
I suppose that's possible, though how long can a man have chlamydia without knowing? I know it can have silent symptoms for surely not for years, which I presume one would wait until they start trying to have children. Of course this is based on the assumption that the OP is waiting a reasonable amount of time before trying to have children with her significant other.
At least that's one of the STIs that are curable and not something like herpes or aids