Protected sex/ chlamydia symptoms??

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On August 27th I had protected sex.. no oral sex or anything just protected sex. On September 5th I started to experience lower abdominal pain and groin pain and pain in my left testicle.. this pain went away for a little bit but then came on again over the past weekend. Now I'm scared to death! I used a new condom this time from what I usually use.. is this chlamydia or could it be uti or something else? I haven't had any discharge at all or even in the mornings when I wake up. I have had lower back pain though .. can someone please help me out thank you so much !

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    If you were using a condom, then it's highly unlikely you'd have picked up an STI, and any symptoms you're having are probably unrelated.  If you're in pain though, or just want to get checked for STIs for peace of mind, then you should see a doctor.  You could either see your GP, or if you're in the UK, you could go to a genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinic - google "GUM clinic near me" for details.

    If you could update this thread and tell us what the doctors say, it would be appreciated.  Good luck.

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      Do you think I could have picked up a std if I put my penis back in my boxers with condom on then took comdom off and got juices in my whole after ?? Because something is going on with me.. I have no discharge but my testicles and groin hurt and my back.. I'm thinking I might have picked it up from the juices from my boxers from condom

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      It seems very unlikely.  If STIs were that easily transmitted, they'd be way more common, and everyone would have to be a lot more careful.  The only way you're going to know for sure is to get tested though.  

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