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I had bleeding during sex, had claymidia infection before. Is this related ?

i have been with the same guy for almost a year. right after christmas he told me he had claymidia and i should get tested.. i got tested and tested postitive. we both got treated and to be safe we havent had sex. a couple of days ago we finally did have sex and i bleed during sex, it was stoped after like a hour. i am just wonderin could that mean i wasnt treated and i could still have claymdia? i am on birth control so could that have something to do with the bleeding? please help
Asked On : Mon, 21 Feb 2011
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it is possible that you may not be comletely cured of chlamydia infection.
so get it checked again.
& if found positive,take full treatment both of you as well if other person who is having sex with either of you.
after treatment get again checked for total cure.
avoid sex before both of you become completely alright.
Answered: Sun, 12 Jun 2011
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