Ok, so me and my partner got treated for chlamydia he got treated a little bit before me but as soon as he found out I went ahead and got treated on 14 March 2013. I was told to wait a week to let the medicine work and I would be good to have sex again. About a week later we had sex BUT with a condom even though they said I would be fine after that time. About a week and a half I get my results back and of course it was positive for chlamydia, so I ask to schedule another appointment so I could make sure it had been taken care of, they just looked at me like I was stupid and said that I was fine now... I was like well I want to make an appointment anyways to be sure "You'll have to wait two months." I was like ok whatever so I schedule at a different place but can't get the appointment till 9 April 2013. My boyfriend was able to get his test redone right away (he's in the army so if you want it they will gladly give it to ya) His test ended up coming back negative. Well after he got his results back we were like eff it the doctors both told us we would be fine and everything was taken care of so we had unprotected sex this is a little over 2 weeks since I was treated. Well when I went in for my testing they did my blood and then did a vaginal exam and test little lab test came back saying that I had high WBC meaning Chlamydia or Ghonariah (spell check). So as soon as she said that I was instantly upset... They said for sure everything was fine... I asked numerous of times if I could go ahead and get another test done and they said that it was not necessary... Anyways the new place gave me another dose of zythomax. So my question is what are the chances that I have it again... and what else could cause an elevated WBU I find out in two weeks what it really is but I'm just worried and upset that it might be chlamydia again when I was told I was fine and got looked at like I was an idiot for wanting another test.. any answers will be greatly appreciatedReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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