Wife has went to doc and was told that she has dead trich cells in her wet mount. Never seen alive. This is not the first time she's been told this. One doctor said he seen it many years ago, but didn't tell her. Makes no sense. She takes meds(metronidazole), I take meds(flagyl) It apperas to go away, maybe a few months pass and then again out of no where she has dead trich agian. Causing all kind of problems for me. Does this make any sense? I've read that flagyl may not be working for me and I may be reinfecting her. Help me please!!!!!!!!!!
So we go to the doc today for a follow up and can you guess what she says?????? The dead trich she thought she seen most likely where sperm. Wth I was happy and mad at the same time. One should definetly not believe the 1st thing somebody tells you about trich. All test negative.
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