Hi! I have been celibate for over 2 years, regularly go to the gyno for pap smears and did get an STD test (all negative). I had sex once after the STD test (with the person I was dating/had been sleeping with before the test). I ended up finding out just recently that said person was possibly cheating on me. I have had no symptoms of anything. My question is, simply... after two years of no symptoms, is it possible to have gonorrhea or chlamydia? I know that HIV/syphilis/herpes may not show symptoms for years, but I can't find much info on G and C. I did read something that said having no symptoms for 9 months almost never happens. I will just get tested for all at my next yearly, but I am curious about this question. Thanks everyone!
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