what is a real chance of getting chlamydia (or any other std) from about 2 minutes of unprotected sex?
last weekend i made out with a friend (we were both horribly wasted). we had unprotected sex for about 2 minutes, until i realized what was going on, and asked him to stop. he told me he was clean, but i was not convinced, and ended up taking 300 mg of doxycycline for a period of 6 days, just in case. i had sex with my bf on day 7. i am pretty sure my friend has nothing other than maybe chlamydia or hpv, and since the contact was so brief, i am not even sure any transimission is possible, but i still have questions:
- what are the chances of getting anything from 2 minutes of unprotected contact?
- is it possible that i passed chlamydia to my bf?
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