i was tested for chlamydia 3 years ago which was nagative,i have had the same sexual partner for 6years and now have been tested positive has he been cheating??
Asked by kelly
24th September 2009 (in Health)
Response from Men's Sexual Health:
Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted infection that is passed on through unprocted oral, anal and vaginal sex. If you have tested positive it might be worth being re-tested as on occasion false positives have occured, they are very rare but for your own piece of mind a re-test might be an idea. If your test was done through a sexual health service like GU Medicine and you are now receiving treatment, then a re-test is no longer possible and you should continue with the treatment.
If you are confirmed positive, then your partner will need to be treated also, with a course of anti-biotics.
In regards to your question though I am afraid this is not something we can answer. If you have further questions or would like some further information on the transmission of STI's please do not hesitate to contact us again.
Answered by team member Alex
28th September 2009
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