Chlamydia is a STD, only method of transmission is via sex. You are not going to give it to your child from daily activities.
Has your husband tested?
Yes, and it was negative so im very confused cause i haven't cheated. Is there a window period for chlamydia test before they are no longer positive? What i mean is, say if you've had it for over 2 years without knowing ; could it no longer show up in a test? Or will it always be positive as long as you have it in your body?
Well if husband is negative then you might have had a false positive. You should retest if you have not medicated.
If he had it over 2 years should it have still shown up on a test ?
or does it disappear from the body after a certain amount of time?
Wouldn't it make more sense if the husband had a false negative?
Will the antiobitcs hurt you if you took them but you had a false-positive so you didn't really have an infection?
For a man to have chlamydia for over 2 years is rare. It is possible that the body could cure it's self, but if person had an active infection it would show on a test.
No the antibiotics should not hurt if the person really doesn't have it.