hello there. i hear your the person to ask about these kinds of things on here.
Ive been in a relationship for over a month & 2 years now. We both went to be STI tested at the beginning of may this year and we both came back positive for chlamydia. Is it really possible for nether of us to have had any symptoms f or that long without noticing anything... ?
Sorry to bother you, I´m new to the site and have a question, I write to you cause I understand you're in charge of this group right?
A couple of days ago I posted a question on the Experts Forum (the one that's $20 a pop) and I haven't heard back from anybody. Is this a regular waiting period? For all I know I posted my question wrong and the Doc. hasn't even seen it.
Thanks for your help!!
Hi AJ I just thought you would be the best person to answer this question. 15 months ago i had unprotected sex, is it possible to have chlamydia for that long and have no symptoms? I'm a male by the way.
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