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Can u catch chlamydia even while using protection?



protection meaning condoms, i thought they were 99% safe if used correctly.

Hi. The condom would probably prevent you getting chlamydia from another person, given that:
you do not touch the infected area at all.
he does not touch himself and then touch you.
Chlamydia is not only inside the vagina or only ony the penis, but rather in the genital area, and thus is it extremely unlikely that tou will be able to have sex wth a person, even using condom, and do not put yourself at risk. Besides, is has an easy solution, (the doc will prescribe some pills and that will be it) so better make sure.
Also, chlamidya is NOT only transmited person to person. You can get it in a variety of ways (from public bathrooms to underwear that you did not wash well, etc)
Also, if you are researching this particular condition, it might be interesting to note that there might be a connection between chlamydia and sugar related issues. Several cases could be being wrongly diagnosed as something else. This is because it has the behaviour of a bacteria and of fungus, and therefore it could proliferate with things like sugar. (and I do not mean that it proliferates if you put cream in you genital area!) Chlamydia is being extensively researched because, since it does ot have symptoms, it can get quite serious before you get it treated.

how can you prevent it? i guess "not having sex" is not solution (hey, it would not work for me! :) So this is what I would suggest.
If your bf does not want to go the doc, just go yourself and get the pills for him and for you if needs be. Get your gyn check out once a year as every woman should.

I wont go into the energetic details of this, but also, some people are prone to sexual diseases, or diseases within the genital area. This might have to do with problems with the first and second chackra. For example, a patient of mine had a cocxis fracture, uterus removed, several infections, etc. We (the team I work with) treated her from the energy point of view and I think that no matter what she did to prevent it, she would have gotten more infections, cause her energy in that are was absolutelty disraought. I know it sounds like mumbo jumbo, but I have been in this practice for 10 years now, and I do see a correlation between health problems and energey and emotional problems.
That is hwy some people can put themselves as risk more that others, I guess.
take care
Are you dirty now?
go to ur doctor
The only sure-fire way to avoid getting chlamydia and other sexually transmitted diseases is by abstaining from sex or being in a mutually monogamous relationship with an uninfected partner. Having multiple partners increases your risk of getting the disease, according to experts.

Anna Lange was especially surprised when she was diagnosed with chlamydia because, besides not having any symptoms, she had been in a monogamous relationship for six months. "We explained to her that the diagnosis didn't mean that either she or her current boyfriend had been unfaithful," says Peter Leone, M.D., medical director at Anna's STD clinic. "We couldn't tell her when or from whom she'd gotten infected. But she did have a history of unprotected sex for a couple of years previously, and she could have become infected at any time during this period."

While even "protected " sex with a condom can't completely prevent transmission of chlamydia or some other sexually transmitted diseases, experts recommend correct and consistent condom use to reduce the chances of getting chlamydia or other STDs.

How can chlamydia be prevented?
There are things you can do to lower your risk for getting chlamydia:

Don鈥檛 have sex. The best way to prevent chlamydia or any STD is to practice abstinence, or not having vaginal, anal, or oral sex.
Be faithful. Have a sexual relationship with one partner who has been tested for chlamydia and is not infected is another way to reduce your chances of getting infected. Be faithful to each other, meaning that you only have sex with each other and no one else.
Use condoms. Condoms can lower the risk of passing chlamydia, so protect yourself with a condom EVERY time you have vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Condoms should be used for any type of sex with every partner. For vaginal sex, use a latex male condom or a female polyurethane condom. For anal sex, use a latex male condom. For oral sex, use a dental dam. A dental dam is a rubbery material that can be placed over the anus or the vagina before sexual contact.
Know that some methods of birth control, like birth control pills, shots, implants, or diaphragms, will not protect you from STDs. If you use one of these methods, be sure to also use a latex condom or dental dam (used for oral sex) correctly every time you have sex.
Talk with your sex partner(s) about STDs and using condoms. It鈥檚 up to you to make sure you are protected. Remember, it鈥檚 YOUR body! For more information, call the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at (800) 232-4636.
Talk frankly with your doctor or nurse and your sex partner(s) about any STDs you or your partner have or had. Try not to be embarrassed. Being honest could save your lives.
Learn the symptoms of chlamydia. But remember that chlamydia often has no symptoms. Seek medical help right away if you think you may have chlamydia or another STD.
They are only 98.99% safe if used correctly,and who needs protection.
dunno but it sounds like a welsh town!
Condoms are a great invention, been around for centuries, first made of cat guts which you washed out after use.
I think the correct figure is 96%, but it would be that 4% that would worry me. Make sure you use a spermicide as well.

But you are not seriously thinking about having sex with someone who has chlamydia, are you? Get them to get themselves sorted first. And what sort of person would expect you to have sex with them knowing they could pass on this dreadful disease.

9 out of 10 people who have chlamydia don't show any symptoms, so always be careful.
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