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What Are The Symptoms Of Chlamydia In Your Mouth
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Doc told me 2day my test result came back (+) for chlamydia. I always use condoms! No symptoms? Except pink tongue & red dots @ tip but not bumps???
Not sure of test:
And... oral sex can transmit chlamydia.
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it often has zero symptoms.
Some tests (antibody) mean you were infected anytime in the past and organisms might or might not be present and infectious right now. Others (DNA) show some organisms right now that ought to be treated. ...Read more
Increased salivation and white, a bit yellowish tongue- a throat chlamydia symptom? Can chlamydia be found via blood test only?
I have a sticky penis head and swollen penis & scrotum. I've been treated for chlamydia, thrush & NSU but still have these symptoms.?
A Sticky Subject...: This "sticky penis, " is it sticky on the outside? Or sticky stuff coming out of it? Have you been tested for diabetes? Do you follow meticulous personal hygiene? Do you exercise a lot? Sit in one position at work for hours? Any allergies? Gettin' it in the wrong places?? Seen a Urologist? A Dermatologist? Believe it or not, try exposure to sunlight for 20 minutes twice a day. Oh, I forgot, it's England ...Read more
Clear discharge, thighs irritated, nauseous, fever like symptoms, yellow tongue. Took 1doxy&3azith for chlamydia. Been 3.5 months. Herpes? Urethritis?
Get tested: The cdc has guidelines for the treatment of STDs. If one has concern over the possibility it is best to seek testing and treatment for both you and your sexual partner (s). Go to your doctor and get screened, evaluate the effectiveness of your treatment, and get tested for HIV to be safe. See your physician in person. ...Read more
Well I have had oral sex with someone who had chlamydia and then I saw this thing on my tongue like a scrath circle shape with this white thing?
Safest to get Rx: Chlamydia is uncommonly transmitted by oral sex, and doesn't cause sores, bumps, or anything else on the tongue. Still, to be 100% safe, you should get preventive treatment against chlamydia, probably with a single dose of azithromycin. And everyone your age should have vaginal or urine testing for chlamydia and gonorrhea from time to time. Regardless of this exposure, this is your time! See MD. ...Read more
Chlamydia: It is so unlikely that I would say no. Chlamydia is a sticky bug that can line the infected persons throat, urethra or cervix or rectal tissues. The infected fluids are more likely to be semen or vaginal fluids than saliva. But, in the extreme case, oral or salvia transmission has occurred. But that is not the norm and I would advise not to worry about sharing cups. ...Read more
Can you get chlamydia from someone's saliva entering your vagina even if that person was treated a few days before?
I am being treated with doxoycycline for chlamydia but today someone gave me head oral sex) will it make the infection worse?
I have spots the same color as my skin under my penis head, I was tested + for chlamydia last month but had it treated, and I still have these spots.
Here are some...: Based on what described, the concerned spots are not STD-related but some commonly expected discolored skin macules which carry no clinical significance and require no need for active care, as long as being stable in their size with no elevation or bleeding or hurt. Of course, without a direct look at them, it is hard to tell such in 100% accuracy. More? Seek timely evaluation & counseling. Best. ...Read more
I had unprotected sex & gave head to guy with Chlamydia, day before I went on antibiotics I had a deep makeout with another. Did I give him chlamydia too? I'm worried : (
Well....: Luckily chlamydia trachomatis isn't transmitted well to the throat like gonorrhea often is thru unprotected oral sex. You probably didn't, but if this is someone you care about or even just like and respect, it would be wise to be honest. Also probably time to use condoms more regularly even for head as chlamydia can cause you permanent fertility issues and pain. ...Read more
Not by kissing: No documented cases of gonorrhea and chlamydia spread by kissing. It is possible to get chlamydia from infected saliva, but not very likely. Gonorrhea can be transmitted in both directions when oral sex is performed on a man, and throat infections with gonorrhea are notoriously difficult to treat. Chlamydia can also by spread by oral sex. ...Read more
Someone who has chlamydia in the vagina not oral can pass it thru just oral sex to male how saliva or how if possible?
If you kiss someone that has chlamydia and got their saliva on your lips and you have a habit of licking your lips could I catch it?
Contact: Chlamydia is a intracellular parasite. It is transmitted through sexual contact with an infected person. Chlamydia can be passed during vaginal, anal, or oral sex. An infected mother can pass chlamydia to the baby during vaginal delivery. So, technically speaking- the answer to your question is yes-if you do sexual contact with the infected person. ...Read more
Had protected sex w/partner this past Sun. Both performed oral sex. Yesterday, began 2 have lightly swollen tonsils. Chlamydia? How long 2 contract it?
Oral is not safe sex: If you truly had "protected" sex you have no worries. Many have a mistaken belief that oral sex is somehow safe when, in fact, STD's especially gonorrhea, syphilis, HPV, hepatitis, & chlamydia are just as commonly passed on in both directions orally as they are via intercourse. If you were exposed you've already contracted it. It could also be a common cold or even strep. You'll have to see a doc ...Read more
Chlamydia is a curable sexually transmitted infection that is caused by the bacteria chlamydia trachomatis. This bacteria infects mucous membranes of the urethra, vagina, cervix, anus, rectum, eyelid, and throat. Chlamydia may be asymptomatic but some patients experience pain or burning during urination, nausea, fever, vaginal discharge, ...Read more