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so basically i thought i was treated for gonorrhea i found out i still had it and got retreated and basically since after i been treated ive been having sore breast for 13 days and I'm supposed to get my period Tuesday. i read up some stds give u preg symptoms is this maybe why im feeling this way?
Did you boyfriend get treat too? If he did'nt then he could have given it to you again. Both people have to be treated or you're just passing it back and forth.
YouRe due for your period this Tuesday? If you don't get it then take a test.
I would highly recommend getting some condoms so you don't get another STD or pregnancy scare.
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