The bad thing about being on birth control is I often neglect to use a condom...I've learned my lesson. I've had sex with 5 guys since the start of 2008. Guy A and I had unprotected sex during January and February. He and his girlfriend waere diagnosed with Chlamydia during the summer. After I found this out, I got tested and was negative. In August I had unprotected sex with Guy C. September I had pull-out sex with Guy D. November I had pull-out sex with Guys C & E. I am still sleeping with Guy E and we are no longer pulling out. This test for Chlamydia was done last week before he started ejaculating in me.
I'm not sure what's your specific question.
Are you interested about chances to get Chlamydia due to your sexual life?
Anytime, a sexual intercourse is performed without protection, whether a pull-out method is used or not, the partners are at risk to get infected with Chlamydia.
Chlamydia transmission occurs during vaginal, anal, or oral sex, via the exchange of bodily fluids through mucous membranes in the anus, mouth, and genital areas.
Because there are often no symptoms for Chlamydia infection, many infected people may unknowingly pass the bacteria to their sexual partners.
Diagnosis is made with laboratory tests, urine test and swab test of cervix (infection usually starts there)
Swabs can also be taken from the throat or rectum, cause there is a possibility of infection there, too.
When Chlamydia is contracted, symptoms may or may not appear.
If they appear, that will follow the transmission in a period of 1 to 3 weeks.
Very often, this infection goes as a asymptomatic or silent disease.
and, false negative results are possible.