in earl summer i was having a horrible discharge and knew something was wrong. i had never had any problems before. the docs confirmed i had chlamydia. so they gave me some med. never told me to get rechecked or refrain from sex other than to have my partner get treated before being active again. i am no longer dating him but did tell him. he supposedly was treated and i continued to see him for a couple 2 or 3 weeks maybe. since i have been dating a guy for almost 6 months now. i recently thought that i was possibly pregnant and began to bleed irregular. so i went to the er. this time they didnt give me any std treatment and told me to see my gyno but did test me. it came back pos. for chlamydia again. i realize anything is possible but i truely dont think he has been cheating and neither have i. so is it possible it never went away, or the other guy didnt get treated and reinfected me, but this time i have no symptoms?? im lost ......
hi Hazellle, i dont think youll ever find the answer as to why you got it again.
Just go have it treated and try to avoid the steps that have lead you to this.
One thing about your new guy, with STD symptoms in men, he would have very impleasnt symptoms of urethrea itching, and a slight white discharge 5 days after contact. So talk to him about this also for treatment.
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