Female chlamydia vaginitis, will it spread to other people?
Q: She’s in her mid-20s. I have sex about three times a week. I usually do nocon externality assessment. My boyfriend likes to spray whipped cream or syrup on his body and touch it with his fingers and tongue.
I recently visited obstetrics and gynecology today because of the large amount of vaginal discharge and the itching seems to be getting worse. The doctor said it was chlamydia vaginitis, and asked me to be treated with my boyfriend.
I’m living with my family now. Is there a possibility that the same toilet use could transmit Chlamydia to the family?
A: Chlamydia trachomatis is primarily infected by sexual intercourse. There is little chance that vaginitis will spread to your family, so you can rest assured.
In the case of chlamydia in women, there are no symptoms, which may lead to missed treatment. If you don’t treat it, it can lead to infertility, so please be patient with your boyfriend.