My husband was recently diagnosed with chlamydia. I knew he had it 4 years ago and was treated, and although he was never re-tested, he thought it was gone. I have been tested several times since then (3-4) and every time it has been negative. Now that he has been diagnosed, the doctors say there's no way he has had it this long, and I didn't get it, so they insist that he must have had sexual relations since the last time I was tested only 2 months ago. He insists that he has never cheated, and I know I never have myself. He thinks that he has probably had it all this time. I know I have heard of a lot of false negative stories, but could I really have had 3-4 false negatives? I want to believe that he didn't cheat, but I don't know what to think when the doctors say he must have. Anyone had similar experiences?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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