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My friend guy dropped a gonorrhea bomb

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 8, 2007
  • 10:43 AM

Ok here goes....,

I have this guy that I have been seeing for about 7 months now.... we talk all the time everyday just about ...have sex occasionally... he is seeing other girls but he is a good friend so we maintain contact. We have been having some serious relationship talks if he can leave the skanks alone.... so while we were talking today i asked him why, if he likes me so much, doesn't he call me for sex more often. And this was his response...... like in March five months ago mind you he and I had sex ,with a condom, next day no problem the following day he had sex with a different girl with a condom he claims but the day after he had sex with her he got a discharge from his penis went to the doctor and found he had gonorrhea. Now he says that he never stopped talking to me because he never believed that it came from me but he was never sure. He never told me anything about this the whole time so I guess he's trying to tell me that i may have gonorrhea and should get checked if that is so wouldn't I have noticed something by now its been like 5 months ago now and we have had sex since then but we always have had protected sex would he have noticed something all this time.... wouldn't something be going wrong? I have a doctors appointment on Friday but I was hoping that someone hear can give me some words of wisdom in the meantime cuz i'm going crazy now waiting PLEASE RESPOND QUICKLY HAVEN'T SLEEP A WINK ALL NIGHT i've been all over the internet and all i see is painful sex --no
break-through bleeding during periods -- no, pain in the stomach area-- no
painful urination --no and discharge nothing that seems out of the ordinary. I highly doubt its me but i need piece of mind.

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  • One of the reasons Gonorrhea is a sucessful STD is that it can cause no symptoms in the female.Sorry to tell you that. It is however, the commonest cause of septic arthritis in sexually active young women.So it can cause some problems but not in a way that you would expect.At least Big G. is still easily curable by antibiotics.The organisms are too big to pass through a condom though.
    chrismia 159 Replies
    • September 10, 2007
    • 07:55 PM
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  • Yeh Gonorrhea can go on without detection for quite some time getting tested is your best chance of knowing if you have it.some websites that have infohttp://www.cdc.gov/std/Gonorrhea/STDFact-gonorrhea.htmhttp://yourstdhelp.com/gonorrhea.html
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 28, 2007
    • 04:20 AM
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