Do I tell them? Bad first swing (Chlamydia)
I'll try to be as brief as I can: 31f, married 7 years, and my husband had been trying to get me into a swinging/wife swap for 2 years. I finally said okay, but no clubs and no strangers (essentially). We have been long-time friends (5 years) with a couple who is in a open relationship, and they said they would play, if we ever agreed to "go there." They both fancied us physically. I finally said yes.
Well, we ended up at a gathering with them and a friend couple of theirs (so 3 couples, including us), and yeah, after drinks and dinner we dropped our pants and did the nasty. The other 2 women said they were on the pill, as was I (no babies, please), so we didn't use condoms. Everyone said they were healthy. I trusted everyone.
It was kinda fun, but really weird, though the sex was great. It was a major mental adjustment to fuck someone other than my husband while simultaneously seeing him seed someone else's wife. It was a hard thing to wrap one's head around when it was happening. I was okay with the experience afterwards. It was new territory, and it was fun. I hadn't had four orgasms in a night in years.
Not long after that night (about 10 days) my vagina started itching and emitting a weird discharge. I went to the doctor and I learned I had Chlamydia. I was like, wtf? My husband seems to be STD free, though I guess sometimes symptoms of Chlamydia don't show right away. I fucked both our friend's husband and their guy friend, though not for long. One of them is infected and passed it to me. Before then, I had never had sex with anyone but my husband in the time we've been together and we were 100% healthy.
Do I call our friends and say you (husband; or the other friend husband) who fucked me gave me an STD? I'm torn, because I feel we need to get this out in the open, but it might also fuck up our friendship. I don't want that to happen. Or do I wait until the holidays are over to give the bad news?