A sex partner tested positive for Trichominiasis. I tested negative for Trich. We both were treated for Trich anyway. We both tested negative for Chlamydia and Gonnoreah but my doctor treated me for Chlamydia anyway as a precaution. Her's did not treat her for Chlamydia. My question is, if we both tested negative for Chlamydia, can we be sure we did not have it. I am asking because I had another partner who received treatment for Trich without testing as a precaution since my other partner tested positive for Trich. I do not want to tell her she needs to get treated for Chlamydia unless it is necessary. My thoughts are that it is not necessary for partner 2 to be treated for Chlamydia since myself and partner 1 both tested negative for Chlamydia.
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