A few weeks ago I had what I thought would be protected sex. But not long after starting the condom broke a bit on the side as soon as we heard the noise we stopped and he took his penis out. The rupture was close to the side not the tip. Also we werent that far in the sexual encounter we were just starting so its a slight possibility there was still no fluid in the condom(pre ejaculatory I mean, because I know he didnt ejaculate). The guy looked pretty worried as was I but appArently not for the same reason, turns out he told me he was positive for chlamydia and didnt take the medication yet. There was no oral or contact with any fluid before putting on the condom, that was the first thing we did. I got tested for chlamydia, a urine test, it came back negative but im wondering if it could be a false negative because I went to the bathroom to pee about 30 minutes before doing the test. I thought they were going to do a cervical culture, but for some reason they didnt. I dont know if urinating 30 minutes before could alter my results. I really need help!
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