I gave oral to a guy once about 3 months ago, he did not ejaculate in my mouth and i had no symptoms that i can remember. I recently found out i have vaginal chlamydia. I've only had vaginal intercourse with one guy and this was after the incident with the guy I only gave oral to.
my question is, is it possible that i could have contracted chlamydia in my throat from the guy i gave oral to and not have known and then passed it to my one partner by giving him oral?
How common is it to get and pass Chlamydia from oral?
No, we didn't cover all other STD's. I wasn't planning on getting tested for Chlamydia either, but a trip to the Gyno ended up with me getting tested for Chlamydia and it coming back positive, which was surprising because i've only had one partner, (he has not) sexual intercourse wise.
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