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My Chlamydia results were positive but my boyfriend may be negative..?

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  • Posted By: Special_K
  • August 19, 2011
  • 02:30 PM

I've been going back and forth to the doctor's office since April due to spotting between periods. Each visit, I was tested for all sorts of vaginal infections and was told that I had Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) and was given treatment. None of my test ever came back positive for any STD, until my most recent test done on August 9, 2011. Initially my doctor said that I had a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) but she then called me on August 15th to inform me that I had tested positive for Chlamydia. I recieved treatment on August 17th. Prior to that, I tested negative for Chlamydia on July 15, 2011. I cried for hours before confronting my boyfriend. How could he and why would he jeapordize my health by having unprotected sex with someone else during our relationship! I had trusted him to be monagomous, as I have been during our entire relationship. However, he was tested on August 17, 2011 and believes that he is negative since he has no visible symptoms. I broke it off with him but he insists that he hasn't stepped out on me (and I do believe that he is being truthful, but I couldn't have infected myself with Chlamydia). His results will be in soon. Our relationship depends on those results. What are the odds of me having a false-positive result? Has anyone else experienced this? I am clueless as to what steps we should take next, especially if we plan on continuing our relationship.

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  • Hi,See my answer regarding Chlamydia/STD in this thread:http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/showthread.php?t=107122Hope this helps
    alltimatehelp 128 Replies
    • August 19, 2011
    • 03:58 PM
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