I recently went for a pap and was tested for any STDs. The doctor told me that I had bacterial vaginosis, a yeast infection, and chlamydia although I have had no symptoms for either of them. My boyfriend and I have been together for 8 months and I had him tested which his results came back negative. I also called two other partners from a year ago just to be safe, they were tested, and their results also came back negative. I have no idea how chlamydia was contracted if no one else came back positive and they were the only people I had sex with. Could there have been a mistake with the results? I was swabbed, and they were swabbed. I was prescribed Metronidazole for the BV, Fluconazole for the yeast infection, then the Azithromycin for the STD, is taking all of these medications harmful?
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