i got my annual testing done before i went to college in august.. i hooked up with someone i knew in october, in january i went to try and get an IUD and the chlamydia test came back positive... i took the pills and got it all taken care of went back 3 months later and the test was negative.. i never got ahold of the person who i thought i got it from until a couple weeks ago.. he said he never had it and that hes been tested.. he was the only person i was with is there anyway the test could have been wrong?
well i had a similar problem when i was younger i was told i had herpes and got retested cause i didnt believe it and it came back negative and everytime ive been tested since then its been negative and i had any symptoms.. i was having some other health issues at the time of the chlamydia test and i didnt know if maybe that had something to do with it.
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