Can you still catch Chlamydia when using a condom?
Recently I have had sexual intercourse with a new friend.
She contacted me saying she has chlamydia and has had treated now.
I was just wondering I had sexual intercourse with her with a condom twice. I am always very careful when putting on ie checking condom and rolling fully down and taking off. I also fingered her (this was dry by the time I put condom on). Could I have caught her chlamydia? I have NO symptoms. But just very worried and wanted advice?
I will more than likely go get checked tomorrow but I just wanted anyone else's input? Thanks!
That's good the eases my mind a little. Had a test yesterday through NHS. They looked under the scope while I was there and said no white blood cells or inflammation. So that's a good sign right? Just waiting on urine and swab results from lab. Hopefully be back by Thursday next week, still nervous though.
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