I had paid sex in Oct 2012. I tested for Syphilis and Herpes after 6 (Nov 2013 Last week) weeks and 12 weeks (Jan 2013) respectively. Both were negative. The doc said Chlamydia and Gronnehea will always have symptoms and there is no need to test for it. Post my sexual encounter (after 2 weeks), I noticed some rash on my pubic region. The Dermitologist said that it was hair follicultis. And once I noticed some red rashes on forehead of my penis after masturbation. The doc again said that it was Candida. He gave me medicines and a cream which made it go away. It never returned.
Does any of my symptoms sounds like Chlamydia to you?? I got married in Jan 2013, and after 2 weeks of sex with my partner (always had protcted sex and never has oral sex), she had some sort of blood discharge from her vagina and this is approximately 7 days before her periods. Does it sounds like Chalmydia ?? Please advice? I am deadly scared.
Hi and welcome. None of what you described are symptoms of chlamydia. Those symptoms would be a mild itchy type of irritation in your urethrea and a mild white discharge about 7 days after exposure. No rashes or things like that.
I read that Chlamydia can cause intermittent vaginal bleeding during periods but if your worried you gave her this, you had protected sex so she wasnt exposed.
Bottom line is that i think your worried since doctor did not test you for this as said you would have symptoms you think you might, correct? If correct, with the pay sex was it protected or unprotected?
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