chlamydia? if so, can it be treated after 2 years?
I've been experiencing symptoms that I feel might be chlamydia. For two years i've been experiencing symptoms that have come and gone. They disappear only the reappear again later. The symptoms are usually a fishy vaginal odor, unusual cloudy discharge, and itchiness. If this is perhaps chlamydia, is it possible for me to get it treated even though it's been two years? Are these symptoms possibly something worse than chlamydia?
My boyfriend of two years has also had symptoms that have occured only to have disappeared a few days later.
I am having similar symptoms. I talked to my MD and she gave me diflucan for a yeast infection (which ive never been diagnosed with) without looking down there. im hopeful, but still worried this could be chlamydia. also i have tiny skin color bumps on my vaginal wall/canal (not labia or other outer parts) they itch and make me feel dry sometimes (even though it doesnt APPEAR dry down there). WTF?!?!?
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