SEX DOCTOR: DUPED..NOW I'M INFECTED.
Dear Dr Cath
TWO months ago I met a man on holiday in Edinburgh. He seemed to be exactly what I had been searching for. We met up again in London and had an amazing evening.
He said he didn't want to sleep with me because he wanted to take our relationship slowly but we had a night of steamy foreplay, including oral sex.
But then I didn't hear from him until finally he confessed he was engaged and his fiancee was arriving from Australia. I felt such a fool, but now I've got Chlamydia and I don't know if I should contact him or not.
IT'S not uncommon for people to have a fling before committing to marriage.
It's as if they are testing the water to see if they really do want to be with their long-term partner. But it's hard to be that last fling, particularly if you want more from the relationship.
This man should have come clean about his fiancee, but you should still let him know about the Chlamydia because it can be passed on during oral sex.
You may think it would serve him right but spare a thought for his poor fiancee. She was duped too and almost certainly knows nothing about the fling. Chlamydia can make a woman infertile if left untreated and she doesn't deserve that.
Leave him a message or send him a text. He'll have to explain how he got the infection, but that's his problem.
It's hard to be a man's last fling
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|Publication:||Sunday Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Jan 20, 2008|
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