I was cured with chlamydia at a 2 week follow up appointment and my partner was treated the same time I was but did not have a follow up. We did not have sex until after I was cured,and I did not have sex with anyone else during the time I was infected or after. During treatment our symptoms both went away eventually. His chlamydia symptoms came back after 2 weeks of us having sex and I was reinfected, we were both treated again. Was he reinfected by someone else? or Is it possible that his medicine did not work and mine did? I would like to know if it is common, especially in males, for their chlamydia to persist, even after treatment of antibiotics. I have heard that there are not resistant strains of chlamydia so I am looking for an explanation to why his is back, because he has promised he has been faithful.
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