My question is about an std, but first I want to give a little background on my situation...
My husband and I started dating in 1996 when we were in high school. We were both virgins. We were married in 2001. I have only ever had sex with him and he swears he has only ever had sex with me. I went to the doctor on July 15, 2008 to confirm that I am pregnant with our second child. On July 25 the doctor's office called me and said they performed an std test at my visit and I tested positive for chlamydia. They said that I could only get it through intercourse and that my partner needed to be tested. I was floored. I did not understand how this could be possible. After agonizing over this news for a weekend, I called the doctor and asked to be retested. They scheduled me an appointment for a retest and the second test also came back positive. My husband went to the health department and got tested and his results were negative. I am totally confused.
I guess my question is has this ever happened to anyone else or does anyone know if it is possible I could have some other infection (such as a yeast infection) that is resulting in a false positive.
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