I think you should seek a second opinion. Try a different gynecologist. You are entitled to a second opinion. Then go from there.
Update: I received my results this morning from my second round of testing and I again tested positive for chlamydia. For the second time, my partner tested negative. I am at a loss for how this is possible since it's happened twice in a row, and I have absolutely never strayed. I figured it was possible we had had sex too soon after the first treatment and reinfected one another, but for me to test positive and him negative a second time seems very strange. Is it possible that he's had false negatives both times? Or it just lays dormant with him for some reason?
It sounds like you are being reinfected. As for the other issues : unreadable pap smears can be caused by collection problems but may be caused by overgrowth of BV, a type of vaginosis. Some cyto techs that read these will report out unreadable, although the supervising pathologist is supposed to overread these. Yes, you may want a second GYN to recheck things. Also, to be sure about the Chlamydia diagnosis, ask for the PCR or Chlamydia culture test. You shouldn`t have false positives with these.
If it was me, I would be having serious trust issues right now. I would be going with him to make sure he is getting tested and treated. If you are not cheating, then where is it coming from? You cannot get chlamydia from toilets. You have to think about your health. Getting chlamydia over an over will eventually make you antibiotic resistant. And also could possibly cause worse problems faster.
I'm in the same boat, except I'm the guy and the people who tested positive are two totally different women. Both swore up and down that they had been faithful. Knowing I had not been with anyone else, I went in and took the tests and came back negative both times. Both women in my case were pregnant.
I know people tend to jump the gun and point fingers at the men, but I believe its the testing and other factors. I went back both times and showed my partners the official test results. I strongly believe that there is something wrong with the testing or that there is are other factors that are not being considered when tested. Do not go on a test, which can be faulty in some way, to determine what direction you take your relationship. Go see a specialist and get a more thorough examination.
That's the problem: I've been with him both times that he's gotten tested and treated. It's not a situation where he just says he went to get tested and I don't actually know if he even bothered to step into a clinic. We've gotten tested together both times, and both times he's been negative. If anything he could think I was lying about not cheating, but I know for certain that I haven't. It seems most likely that we reinfected one another a year and a half ago and have just been passing it back and forth, but the results still don't make any sense.
Thanks for the information. Do you know what the likelihood is for the urine test to give men a false negative?
When you went in for testing, what type of test did you take? The first time my partner had the penis swab, the second the urine test. I assume the former is supposed to be more accurate, yet it still makes not a lick of sense that he's been negative both times.
Urine NAAT tests do have a false positive rate..about 2 to 3 % if not correctly collected. Their specificity is excellent.