Hi there i am a 22 year old male and im abit confused with something...
My partner is 13 nearly 14 weeks pregnant. We went for the first scan the other day which im really happy about.
They took her urine to check for any stds as a routine procedure. My partner got a phone call yesterday saying that theyve found 2% trace of chlamydia on her urine (confused) as i did a test myself in the summer because my doctor put it forward to me because i was haveing a few problems and just said its because of your age its just routine.
My results came back i was clear??? I havent changed sexual partner since the day we first slept together and weve been together over a year and half now.
I beleive her and i know she wouldnt cheat. Could they be any other explanation?
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