STD's and Pregnancy
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lunacid

I am 25 years old and have been dating a guy for about four years. We are both clean and live a monogamous lifestyle.

Before him, I had a really py boyfriend who liked to play the field often without taking any precaution for his decisions. We dated on and off, about six years ago, for awhile. Back then I was young and naive. I've only been with a few people in my life but during the time I dated him, he gave my chlamydia 4 times, ghonnereah 1 time and the last time I had chlamydia, I also had pelvic inflammatory disease. (Him and I went to get the std medication together, he just never took his properly so it kept coming back when I thought he was clean, and condoms always broke with him for some messed up reason) But I finally broke it off and I haven't had any std for six years now. But I was told that getting chlamydia and a PID can lead to infertility.

I am 25 years old and never been pregnant. To me that is a good thing. Honestly I don't think I want kids. But the guy I'm with I do see a future with. I'd like to marry him someday but neither of us really want kids until maybe when we're 35, if any. But I at least would like to know since I do take birth control and spend time and money to get BC.

I only wonder this because there has been several occasions when the condom broke or I started missing pills for awhile and I never got pregnant. There was a time when this happened so often to me that I just believed I could not get pregnant and would skip pill days with absolutely no protection. I never once got pregnant. Never missed a period. Nothing.

Does this mean I can't have kids most likely?
Are the chances of me ever conceiving likely?

I have asked my doctor about it and she just tells me that I don't need to worry about that until I'm ready to get pregnant. So she won't help me find out. I've had another doctor tell me the same thing before her.

I just want to know so I don't need to worry about taking my pills all the time. I hate taking pills and the shot is even worse. Any ideas?

 

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