In August my partner told me he had been tested positive for chylamida, and I should get checked. Which I did, and got treated for it, my results came back negative but his symptoms persisted still, it turned out he had not taken the medication properly so therefore still had chylamida. He went and got treated and tested again, still had chylamidia. I got treated and tested again and I got my results as negative today!!! I am confused though! Its great that I havent had chylamidia, obviously im pleased but its unsettled me as I dont know how I can be negative if he is positive, twice now! We have still be having regular sex! Is it possible that results can be wrong? more importantly, does it ever happen that they are wrong??Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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