I am pregnant with our second child and during routine prenatal testing I came up positive for gonorrhea. I know 100% I have been with only my husband for the last five years. Can one of us (or both of us) have had it for five years already? I did get a pap last year, but do not know if my doc checked for it (because I am married she might not have). Can this test be wrong? A false positive? I am looking for any excuse but the obvious that my husband has been unfaithful.....he swears he has been faitful and I want to believe him more than ever! I was in the ER last month, and the very next day I had a puss coming from my eye. Could I have gotten something in a dirty hospital that may resembe gonorrhea....please someone shed more light on the subject!
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