I recently seen a doctor for what I thought was a reaccuring Yeast infection & found out I have Chlamydia.....That means I've had this for about a year and a couple months, and didnt known it. I contracted this about 3 months before I started dating someone with whom I've been with for a year now.... I feel horrible because he's had some weird health issues since a couple weeks after we started dating, & now I know its because of me. The one time I freaken have sex without a condomn and I get an STD! I feel so stupid! I read Chlamydia can cause one to become sterile if not treated for too long. I'm only 25 ....My bf and I both want children some day....How long does it take Chlamydia to make one sterile?? PLEASE HELP! :(
I've read that false positive results are very rare in women...but is it possible he got a false negetive result? He's worried now that I have cheated because of the test results, but I have never cheated. My boyfriend is going to go get tested again. I probably should also...even tho I took the prescribed pills two days ago? I've been with him a year & don't want to lose him over false suspicion.
My tongue is kind of white now... Ive looked up stuff on that and found something called "Hairy tongue"? I think that may be what I have except mine is just white, not brown or black... I'm pretty sure the doctor was right when he diagnosed me w/ Chlamydia...Is a white tongue a symptom of that? It has me worried so I wanted an opinion.
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