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I got a call tonight and I was told they had clymedia and if I was having symptoms. No I havent was had sex 3 times in the last 3 weeks. should have some type of symptoms.
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:clymediaI got a call tonight and I was told they had clymedia and if I was having symptoms. No I havent was had sex 3 times in the last 3 weeks. should have some type of symptoms.
Not necessarily. Chlamydia is often called "the silent STD" for lack of symptoms. One reason it's such a popular disease.
Often the only way to know if one is infected is through testing.
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Report This| Share this:clymediaNot necessarily. Chlamydia is often called "the silent STD" for lack of symptoms. One reason it's such a popular disease.<br /><br />Often the only way to know if one is infected is through testing.<br /><br />Gail
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