Ok I went to the clinic last week mon and I got checked and the doc told me I had chlamydia and she gave med for it and I had sex today without a condom and I might have it again...I told my boyfriend today and he said he gonna get check also but what should I do I mean odviously im gonna have to go to tha clinic again but im kinda scared in a way because my friend told me that if I keep havin tha same sit... I cant have a baby and im havin sex wit tha same person well except for once but that was awhile ago...and I mean my boobs start to hurt..is this 1 symptom of that sit??? And im 21
So you had unprotected sex with a guy you were already sleeping with and so probably had chlamydia but was never treated, and never thought to get him to go to the clinic AND you had unprotected sex with him again. I am seriously trying to understand but I dont get it.
The majority of women with chlamydia do not have symptoms. Cervicitis (infection of the uterine cervix) is the most common manifestation of the infection. While about half of women with chlamydial cervicitis have no symptoms, others may experience vaginal discharge or abdominal pain. Infection of the urethra is often associated with chlamydial infection of the cervix. Women with infection of the urethra (urethritis) have the typical symptoms of a urinary tract infection, including pain upon urination and the frequent and urgent need to urinate.
Chlamydia is very destructive to the Fallopian tubes. It can also cause severe pelvic infection. If untreated, about 30% of women with chlamydia will develop pelvic inflammatory disease. Symptoms of pelvic infection include fever, pelvic cramping, abdominal pain, or pain with intercourse. Pelvic infection can lead to difficulty in becoming pregnant or even sterility. Occasionally, if the infection is severe enough, a localized area of infection and pus (an abscess) forms, and major surgery may be necessary and even lifesaving.
Because it is common for infected women to have no symptoms, chlamydial infection is often untreated and results in extensive destruction of the Fallopian tubes, fertility problems and tubal pregnancy.
You need to stop having sex until you know how to protect yourself. It seems you have no compassion for your partner. If you want babies stop messing around it's no joke. You don't want to wake up ten years from now and regret decisions you made. Be safe have fun, always use protection. GOODLUCK!!!
keep taking the medication. Get him checked out. And keep uur legs closed because that is incredibly unfair to the men (and their future women) of the world