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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 14, 2010
  • 00:17 AM

im very glad to have found this website i am 21 male and have a a long term GF of 3years i had never been tested before and was shocked to find out i had chlamydia as i knew i had been 100% faithful with her i thought i must have got it from previous partners although my now gf had been tested in the past while i was with her and results were negative, i took the obvious view that my GF had contracted it elsewhere and passed it to me recently i went over it 1000s of times in my head how i would deal with it and came round to thinking i could forgive her for this, i confronted her and as i expected she denied it. what i dont understand now is that she has come back negative on the latest tests (that were done at same time same place as mine).. obviously now the finger is pointing at me, i am willing to admit i may have had it before i met her and been carrying it but dont understand how she had previous negative tests and is still getting them?? i am going back for a re test but after already taking the medication if the test comes back negative how much will this put my partners mind at rest i know she wants to believe me but its hard to believe so many doctors can be wrong...
i think more research needs to be done especially before they decide to drop the bomb and tell you someones been unfaithful potentially ruining many relationships

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  • The fact the your posting this tells be you really didn't cheat with that being said let me make your mind wonder a bit,women are more likely to show symptoms of an STD before a man will. So it's possible the she realized she had it, avoided have sex with you for a few days while she was treated. Which would explain why she tested negative and you positive. Also there no way either of you had this for 3 years without knowing it would have development into PID(pelvic inflammatory diease) which is extremely painful.
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    • October 18, 2010
    • 08:19 PM
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