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    Er, why should he break up with you? It isn't your fault, you didn't know you had it, or got it, and he didn't either. Best thing to do is to tell him as well, both go to the GUM place and get tested.
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    I'd be pissed off as hell, although i'd try not to take it out on the girl. But if i saw her ex, i'd rip him limb from limb.
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    I'm sure he wont mind, after all it was your ex's fault for cheating on you.

    Make sure you both get tested!!
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    Well we have only had unprotected sex once. If someone has something whats the chances of them catching it from just one time? Does anyone know?
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    Well, it wasn't your fault and you weren't the one who did the cheating. Thus,he has no reason to break up with you over it. If he does then he is a fool.
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    (Original post by Trigger)
    You can still catch Chlamydia when you use a condom.
    what????
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Well we have only had unprotected sex once. If someone has something whats the chances of them catching it from just one time? Does anyone know?
    Unlikely... I think. I know HIV is about 1 in 50, but that is a more difficult one to catch so I'm told. Well, basically I'm not sure, but I know that with some, if not most STDs it's not a 100% chance of transmission.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Well we have only had unprotected sex once. If someone has something whats the chances of them catching it from just one time? Does anyone know?
    Perhaps don't scare him with the word "chlamydia"
    Just tell him you recently found out your ex cheated on you (so he could have given you anything) and you think you should both get an all-the-STIs uber-check before having sex again.
    Don't just check for chlamydia, your ex doesn't sound like the honest/careful/trustworthy type so there's no reason to trust him with your sexual health now

    It'll make your new boyfriend think you're serious and care about him and trust him. If he dumped you over this he'd be an illogical hypochondriac (seeing as he's already been exposed) or just an arse anyway
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    (Original post by madeline06)
    what????
    Yep, thats what i was told at the clinic. Its more difficult though obviously...
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    I work in a pharmacy:
    The Clamelle test kits are about £25. Worth it, but you can get it done free by the doctors. With the Clamelle test kits you have to send them off anyway, so takes 1-2 weeks. I'm assuming the doctors' waiting time will be a little/lot shorter than this.
    Butt with the Clamelle thing, if you do have Chlamydia, both you and your boyfriend can take the tablets (you have to buy them) without him being tested.
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    (Original post by Trigger)
    Yep, thats what i was told at the clinic. Its more difficult though obviously...
    weird that you still can :s must be rare though and extremely unlucky!
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    This is why you get checked between each relationship.
 
 
 
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