I was dumped by my girlfriend about 3 weeks ago and today I went to the docs for a rash and was tested for eveything but told it was probably gonheriea or syphilis. I feel like it might have been her, but about seven too eight months before her I was with a girl and got something that was like zits around my privates and to get rid of it I had to remove the tops of them and dab alcohol on them. So could at have been from her or the girl I was just with? either way my ex probably has it right? It doesn't change how I feel about her we want to be together again just the timing we came into each others Lifes was bad. I have strong feelings for her but I don't know if I should wait till I know exactly what it is to tell her or tell her when I see her tonight or tomorrow. Either way I know I have to tell her which breaks my heart cause I don't want her to hate me forever and tell people (she doesn't SEEM like that kind of girl). I am just so frustrated I need advice. I usually don't ask for help, I'm just so lost right now. Please help me? I'm starting to become very sad and feel hopless about my future with AND without her
I think a urine and blood but he said it tested for them all and they put me on penasylon and two others and if that doesn't work he's going to give me a cream. I do live in the US, how do they tell her? Because if they go and say oh you ex --------- was tested positive for this and that than it would be much better for her if I told her in person. If they just tested her during a check up and told her that way than that would be cool. Do you know?
they just tell them that a prior partner was diagnosed and that they need testing. they can't disclose your name.
they gave you oral penicillin or a shot of it?
since it's only been 3 weeks since you last had sex, urine testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, trich and ngu is accurate now. a lesion culture for syphilis is sometimes helpful but blood testing for syphilis isn't accurate for another 3 weeks.
honestly it sounds like you've been misdiagnosed but if they are already treating you for many std's, too late to get accurate testing from a 2nd opinion elsewhere.
I think its better emotionally if I tell her myself.
Mis diagnosed? I got the shot but he was just going off what i showed and told him which was a rash on the penis a little bit on my inner/outer thighs and that morning when I woke up there was discharge right before I was getting ready to go to the doctor.
If you suspect its something else or I'm taking meds that may harm or simply not help me I would like to know. I can tell you the names of what I'm taking if that would help.
I'm mostly just worried about the well being of my ex. I am going to tell her I just don't know how. How long from when you contract it does it take to show symptoms? I'm kind of in denial it was her because she was in a relationship before her and I were and they were together 5 years.. I mean I'm pretty sure that would mean he cheated which would just hurt her so much.
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