Is there a test which will show if someone has ever had Chlamydia. I few years back my wife was told she had Chlamydia, but i didn't. i know she didn't cheat on me, but this led to our divorce, and to this day i can't get over it. I absoultly belive this was a false positive, but there is now way to prove it. I really need to know if there is any residual bacterial left in the body to show if she ever truely contact this std. Like the test similar to check if someone has ever had the Measles.
hello I had da same problems as ur x wife. I want to another clinic nd re checkd nd it was negative. lucky my partner trusted me or he would have walked away. I asked them y I was positive nd now negative but dey could nt gv me a gud answer. I am sorry about ur divorce. hopefully everything works out well.
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