Thanks Vance! Do you know if there is any medical evidence for treating with a 5 day z-pak. I have read on different web pages that it is a recommended dosage however I don't know what to believe off the internet. :)
It is actually for my partner. I had tested positive months ago and got treated however I hadn't told her as it would ruin our relationship. We did not have any relations between me catching it and being positive and getting treated. We then had relations and I tested again to see if it had passed back to me and was negative again. I just wanted to make sure she hadn't been carrying it. I know this is not a full proof way of identifying if she was carrying. Anyway she was treated for another infection with the 5 day dosage hence me wondering if it would potentially clear it if by chance she had it.
I had symptoms 9 days after my slip up and was treated as soon as I had symptoms. My partner and did not have sex for 6 months after I had my slip up. My concern was that I potentially had caught it from a previous slip up months before and then given it to her and we both remained asymptomatic until it showed symptoms in me.
Yes that is correct. My symptoms showed up 9 days after my second slip up. Both slips up were with a different girl. I had relations with my partner after my first time. I waited six months to have relations with my partner after I had my positive chlamydia test as I wanted to get an accurate HIV test (negative).
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