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Nov 6
21:58
So my bestfriend found out today that she has chlamydia and she’s really distraught about it and idk what to do. I never had it so I’m not sure on what advice to give or anything. She was wondering if she’s still able to have sex with a condom or is her sex life done completely
 
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Nov 6
21:59
Chlamydia is treatable and her doctor should have given her medication.
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Nov 6
22:00
@MangoPassion she needs antibiotic treatment STAT lol 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️ or else say goodbye to your fertility. Go to the doctor and you’ll be cured. Shes not done for life lol.
 
Nov 6
22:01
She didn’t tell me what the doctor gave her but she said she had to take two pills immediately so I’m not sure if the doctor prescribed anything else. But I assumed they would’ve or should’ve given her some antibiotics
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Nov 6
22:03
@MangoPassion she has to have antibiotics. If they didn’t give her anything she def has to go somewhere else. She MUST take her antibiotics extremely consistently and finish the whole prescription.
 
Nov 6
22:03
@MangoPassion chlamydia is just another bacterial infection. Antibiotics are extremely important for her rn
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Nov 6
22:13
Just tell her to take all her treatment correctly and don’t have sex until she is tested again in a few weeks. Chlamydia May seem horrible but it’s really common and treatable so she shouldn’t feel bad just learn from it for next time!
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Nov 6
22:20
She needs to get the proper treatment and then it will go away. It’s not a lifelong std. That said she should listen to what the doctor says about sex till it’s gone. She should also talk to whomever she has been having condomless sex with lately. And she should only have condomless sex with people who have been tested for stds.
 
Nov 6
22:48
After a 7 day antibiotic course she’ll be okay to have sex.
 
Nov 6
22:49
After a 7 day antibiotic course she’ll be okay to have sex.
 
Nov 6
22:50
It’s best to get re-tested before having sex to ensure it’s definitely cleared up. Chlamydia is super common and completely curable
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Nov 6
23:26
She should have received instructions and medication from her doctor. It's fully treatable, it's not the end of the world. She most definitely should be using condoms all the time if she's not in an exclusive relationship.
 
Nov 7
02:55
Chlamydia is common and treatable. Definitely make sure she finishes her treatment and gets retested in the timeframe the doctor told her to before she decides to have sex again. Also the person who she slept with should also get treated as well.
 

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