I recently went out of town for work and on the way I had to stay in a small motel I really would have rather not have but had to. Now my question is that is there any chance of catching clamydia from this. Obviously I did not sleep with anyone while I was there or would not be asking this. How ever the next morning I woke up I felt very sick as if having the flu and also a couple days later I got a sore in the corner of my lip. I know its clamidia because after returning home the next week and being with my girlfriend she felt it the next morning, got checked, and its what it is. Now I just find it wierd however that I felt that way the next morning and I was not intimate with anyone! I also dont want to blame her because it happened to me the week I was gone. It just is freaking me out can somebody help?! PLEASE!
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