Chlamydia from sex toy?

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s diagnosed and treated for Chlamydia two months ago. I need to know if I could own contracted the STD again from using my vibrator. I do not use the toy for vaginal or anal penetration, only clitoral stimulation. I have wash the toy with soap and water but it is a rubber like objects. Is it possible that I may have gotten it again by just placing the toy on top of my clitoris?
Answers:    It's doubtful. Soap and marine will kill most bacteria and viruses. Chlamydia is a drizzly virus (meaning that it doesn't survive in the air). I wouldn't be concerned. However, it can't hurt to rub it down with a cottonball dipped in rubbing alcohol.
If you washed the toy with soap then I'm sure you lowered your accident of being reinfected. The virus can sometimes hide in the crevices, but most virus are not as strong as we think.

Get retested if you're really concerned, and buy a new vibrator. That will ease your mind.
A B - Chlamydia is a adjectives sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by the bacterium (NOT a virus), Chlamydia trachomatis. It dies within minutes after exposure to the air. The with the sole purpose way you could get it from a sex toy is if you and someone else shared use of the toy during sex play at the same session. Soap and hose washing and drying in between uses is more than enough to exterminate the bacteria Chlamydia.

Chlamydia is the most frequently reported bacterial sexually transmitted disease in the United States. In 2006, 1,030,911 chlamydia infections were reported to CDC from 50 states and the District of Columbia. Under-reporting is substantial because most general public with chlamydia are not aware of their infections and do not seek testing. Also, carrying out tests is not often done if patients are treated for their symptoms. An estimated 2,291,000 non-institutionalized U.S. civilians ages 14-39 are infected with Chlamydia based on the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Women are frequently re-infected if their sex partner are not treated.

Chlamydia can be transmitted during vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Source(s): a medical lab professional
first of adjectives did you let someone else you your vibrator....if the answer is yes you dumb nasty.....and last time i checked i dont muse you can get STD's from objects.....if you washed then i don't judge you can get reinfected


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