bump on my lip, sore throat nd abdomanl pain after giving an ex head an hour earlier
ok tonight i cheated on my boyfriend with an ex i kno i shudnt have done it but i feel so bad..i only gave my ex head less than a hour a go nd i have a little bump on my lip its tiny i can only feel it with my tongue. my throat hurts nd i have randon sharp abdominal pains.but i was recently dignoised with chlamydia.. i took sum pilss nd im pretty sure its gone but not 100% sure. well im going to see my boyfriends in a couple hours nd i dont want to give it to him. if its anything to be concerend about. so will i pass it on if i kiss him. is it possible to get an std with in an hour nd already have symptoms? nd i swolloed so tht back of my throat is kinda sore wat does this all mean can some one plzz give me sum answers..
thnk u for ur help
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