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HTHGS: Chlamydia (written by Kelly Connell MS.Ed.)

Ask Kelly,
I recently was tested for STD's and was positive for Chlamydia. I have since been treated. I could have been infected for a little over a year without symptoms. Since than I have not had the same kind of sensation during any type of foreplay, as I had before. I originally thought this could be b/c I had a new partner, but could any major damage have been done to cause this? Sincerely, desensitized

Dear Desensitized,
I know of no problems with sensation caused by Chlamydia.  If left untreated, it can cause internal damage to the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries that can cause infertility problems. But it should not affect your ability to feel pleasure during sex. I am assuming you told your partner and whoever else you many have had sexual contact with so they could get treated. You don't mention whether you feel the same sensations when you masturbate.  This may be a good way to tell if what you are or in your case not feeling is due to some physical problem or an emotional problem within your relationship.  Perhaps you feelings about sex have changed since you were diagnosed. Please see your GYN and discuss this problem. Hope this helps!


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