I'm just wondering how likely is it to catch the STI if you do it with someone who has got it? Is it a 100% chance, and I'm not asking because I'm thinking of risking it with someone who i know has it, because that'd just be silly. But basically, I'm worried I may have got it from someone, and 2 days after I did it with someone else unprotected, so my question is, are the two days enough for it to develope that this 2nd person will definately, without a doubt have caught it off of me?I've had this once before and got it sorted straight away, but my symtoms back then were alot stronger, worse itching, hurting when peeing etc, and I'm not getting any of that now, only had a very suttle itch once or twice, which maybe suggests I haven't caught it from person number 1. Either way I should get tested or get the cure, but i'm more worried about the other person. They are extremely close to me and I don't want to f*ck things up by having to tell them I gave them something, obviously if it came to that I'd have to grow the balls to tell her though...Another question is, is there any possible way to catch it without sexual interaction? Because the person i may have caught it off seemed awfully certain on the fact that she was clean, and kept enforcing the whole 'i always use protection' thing, but when it came down to it, she didn't.and finally, if the symtoms get to the point that they were at before and I know I need to get the pills for it, is there any possible way to avoid going to the doctor/clinic and get the pills straight up, I'd like to avoid the whole testing procedure because a) it takes too much time, and b) last time I got tested it came back negative, even though my partner was positive, so I had to tell the doctor that I wanted the pills anyway as even though tests were negative, I knew positively that I had it.Thanks for your help.
Chlamydia... how likely to pass it on?
I don't know how to answer your question. You have so many variables in there you need a scientist to figure all those probabilities. My only suggestion is to get tested, which you don't wanna do. You even said you knew you had it even when the Doc said you were clean, so I'm missing something. Once a person gets an STI, that person becomes more likely to get it again.Welcome to the boards and remember, chlamydia is the most common STI, and it's more prevelant around teens, since they typically have multiple sexual partners.