I have been with my wife for 18 years. Our sex life is virtually non existing, so I was very surprised last year when 4-5 weeks after our only sex of the year I noticed abnormalities in my genital area. After visiting my gp he refered me to a std clinic where they diagnosed "molluscums" . They later contacted me to say I had tested positive for chlamydia also, and it wasnt a false positive. I confronted my wife (who has tested positive also for chlamydia since) and she denies any wrong doing. I am 100% sure I have not been with anyone. We have 1 daughter who was born 14 years ago. So is it possible to carry chlamydia for so long and then coincidentally catch another std at the same time? The staff at the std clinic wouldn't say it wasn't possible just that It could be. Please can someone give me a definitive answer? I want to believe my wife but my brain is telling me that it's so damn obvious.
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