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Accused of cheating but I have been faithful

So back in October 2014  I hooked up with a girl unprotected and drunk and  apparently she had chlamydia and I felt the symptoms within a day or two. so I went to the doctors got checked and had it. I was given a shot in the butt and antibiotics. within a week I felt better.

I got with my current GF now back in February 2015 and we have lots of unprotected sex. Just recently I went to the doctors because I acquired a yeast infection from her orally so I gave a urine test and blood work and turns out I still had chlamydia. How is this possible?? I told my GF to get checked and she is 100% clean and tested negative for everything.

So I'm accused of cheating =\. So how is this possible
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You either got a false negative or aquired this recently.
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Sorry, false positive
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Also was the urine test for chlamydia or did they do a blood test for chlamydia?
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They did both blood and urine

But I'm going back on Saturday because they gave me another tribe test and blood work to run again
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Urine test is what I meant not tribe
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Ok, because blood test for chlamydia is inaccurate.
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I hate when they do that I was accused of it too and I've only had one partner since the last time I was told I was cured it's so annoying cos they're like you have to let your partner know that they need to be tested for chlamydia im like how will I tell him that what would he think I've done if he tested negative and I have it it's so annoying
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