First, a little more about sex toys and chlamydia transmission: chlamydia is typically spread through direct sexual contact, where partners exchange bodily fluids (which contain the bacteria) such as vaginal fluids, semen, or pre-cum. By engaging in vaginal, anal, or oral sex, these bodily fluids can come directly into contact with mucous ...
In your you and your partner use sex toys therefore there is no chance of getting affected by sexually transmitted diseases. Also, you told that you have been diagnosed earlier for Chlamydia. There may be chances of getting reinfected with it but one thing is for sure that the sex toys can never reinfect you with Chlamydia.
View Profile. It is possible that you can get clamydia if the sex toys were previously used by a person who had the chlamydia infection. Hope this answers your question. Feel free to discuss further. Thank you. Patient replied : hello doc and no nobody use my toys by me i just didnt clean it properly.
I recently received treatment for Chlamydia and not realising used a sex toy that i had used before getting treated, even though it was not inserted. Does this mean the treatment will not work as iv heard it can be spread through sex toys.
There are other ways you can get it too not just through sex. I use to work at an OBGYN office. Chlamydia can be contracted by bacteria. You can be wiping your self the wrong way (back to front is the wrong way) for a while and get it (front to back is the right way). you could also wear tight clothing to where the vagina can't breath which causes sweat and odor that can turn into harmful ...
Sex toys. i recently found out i had chlamydia and recieved treatment for it. But my question is i didnt know i had it and continued to use sex toys such as a vibrator amongst others, and was just wondering what do i do with them?? They were quite costly and dont want to bin them if i dont have to, but i will rather than run the risk of this again.
Saw the doctor, he stated you can not catch STD's by this,but he said I had Non Specific Urethrities. Thank you for updating what your doctor said. I am pretty sure that sex toys are non-returnable. Someone may have stolen the lube from the box...OR the store clerk opened the box for a customer's inspection and the lube fell out.
Even if you share a toilet seat with someone who has it, you can’t get the infection. You also can’t catch chlamydia from sharing items like towels. Usually, chlamydia spreads through unprotected sex. It’s also possible to get the disease if you share sex toys with someone who has the infection. Sex toys should be washed or covered with a condom.
Chlamydia can lie dormant in the body for many years causing a low grade infection without symptoms. It could potentially flare up to cause a symptomatic infection, especially if there is an alteration in the persons immune system, such as a severe cold or flu , cancer or some other severe illness.
Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease. It can be transmitted through sexual activity with the partner who is already infected with it. A pregnant mum can give Chlamydia to her baby during childbirth. Also, if you’ve already been infected with Chlamydia in the past, you can get infected once again.