9 weeks Pregnant with a "bacterial infection" and "indeterminate chlamydia"
Hi! I'm freaking out. I am married to my husband of 3 years and we have a 2 yr old together and just found out we are pregnant with our second baby. I'm 9 weeks along. I had my blood, urine, and a swab test done for my first OB appointment. My results came in as chlamydia being indeterminant and that I have a bacterial infection. The test said E. coli growth of 25,000. Would this cause the chlamydia test to not come up undetermined? Doctor put me on ampicillin 3X a day.
My husband is in the military and was overseas. He told me a lot of the guys cheated and I'm giving him the benefit of doubt he did not cheat.
first off he did cheat. unless you have more then one sex partner. thats how you get it. if its not you then its him. don't let him lie to you about it. i am currently 10 weeks nd was diagnosed with it as well. I'm not sure about the other thing. but if you have it so does he and he needs to get treated asap or else you will continue to have it and it effects the baby big time.
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