This is incredibly embarrassing.
Once, when I went to my GP, she asked me if I would like to have a Clamidia test. I said I didn't really need it because I hadn't had sex, she said "So you're not in a relationship?" to which I replied "No, I mean I was during the Easter holidays, and we fooled around a bit but it was nothing serious, we didn't have sex". To which she replied "Hm well you'd better have it just in case. And a pregnancy test as well". So I did and, needless to say, they were both negative.
Today I went again, and she asked me if I wanted another clamydia test. (Have you been with anyone else?) I said no, I hadn't.
I mean, I don't understand it. She takes it for granted that I've had sex before even though I've denied it. It's like she doesn't believe me
. Or maybe I'm not assertive enough and I sound a bit confused/ embarrassed when discussing the matter, as though I'm not certain.
Should I take this as a sign? I mean, I am 18 after all and soon everyone is going to start assuming I've had sex, at uni they'll all be talking about boys and sex and they'll just take it for granted because we're old enough.
I mean, you would assume that a 20-30 year old has had sex before, wouldn't you? what if i get to that age and nothing's happened?
I don't want to be in a relationship, because now I think that most, if not all, guys are ********s, I've seem them mistreat girls that I know and I don't like it. I've heard some pretty ugly stories about relationships and sex and I don't want to go through that.
Anyways sorry for the rant, I just needed to let out steam.
If you couldn't be bothered to read the above paragraphs, here's a very brief summary: my GP thinks I've had sex before when I haven't.