Hello, i was recently diagnosed with chlamydia and i took the antibiotics as did my boyfriend, when he took his he had to take a test too. His test came back today as negative.
I have been with my boyfriend for 3 years with a six month break and only slept with him in this time. he however had slept around... so i presumed i had caught it off him and went mad at him!!! But he showed me the text from the clinic saying his was negative today... how on earth does that work?
How is it possible that i have chlamydia and he doesnt? I have been tested before i got with him and i was negative.
I dont understand how even if i was the initial person with chlamydia how in such a long time i will not of passed it onto him?
Helppp meeeee... im so frustrated.
Some men can contract chlamydia but not actually get the disease but just be carriers of it so I've been told, if your really worried ask your doc about it especially as seeing youve been tested prior and haven't slept with anyone but him.
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