I been dating a guy for three months now. About 4 weeks ago, I had my first unprotective sexual intercourse & I received oral from him. Recently & Coinsidently, my sister had went for a pregnancy test so I decided to check myself for HIV,chlamydia & gonorhea.I am chlamydia positive.after descovering this I got really scare so I googled some symptoms about it & it figures that frequent urination & smelly pee where symptoms I could relate to way before guetting with my boyfriend.Thanks god I already had an antibiotic given to me by medical help. I talked about it to him but was to ashame to tell him what exactly I had discover. I know he might have gotten it sexually.So Is there any possible way that he could have gotten anything in his mouth? & was it safe kissing him after receiving oral sex ? After receiving the antibiotic how would I know am clean again? Can I get any antibiotics without medical service? pleasee I need advice asap!!! Thanks . =(
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