Hi, I was diagnosed with chlamydia four years ago & I was treated (as far as I know) early. The clinic didnt call me for a follow up after a few weeks. Out of curiosity I went to the doctor about a month ago & got a urine test because I have to be over 21 to get a papsmear. They called me back & left a message a few times but I didn't answer because I just had gall bladder surgery. When they called me today I finally called back & the woman told me that I have chlamydia and need to get the medicine to treat it and I have to come back in 6 weeks to make sure it's clear. My question is could I still have had it even though I took the antibiotics? I never had a follow up appt so I'm feeling nervous. The doctor who removed my gall bladder thought I had a uti when I took a urine test. And the first time I had it I had a unusual discharge/smell but this time nothing. A few days ago during sex I had discomfort & it hurt to pee but I thought nothing of it I thought it was the fact that it's been awhile. Sorry it's so long but please help :( could I be infertile now?
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