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    if i was tested for syphillis and hiv with a blood test wouldnt chlamydia be diagnosed if i was infected
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    An_255505 posted:
    took some tests not cervical for stds and to find out if i was pregnant thought it was eptopic so they looked for signs of infection and told me i was fine this was in october and november my ex tells me today he was having some discharge and went to doctor they said it may be chlamydia. ive been with my new partner since october neither he nor i have any syptoms is it possible im infected and if so wouldnt my new partner know by now and he hasnt had any symptoms. how much is the possibility im infected
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    According to WebMD:

    "Most people don't have symptoms. When symptoms do occur, they can include pain when you urinate, cloudy urine, or an abnormal discharge from the penis or vagina ."

    It's possible you and/or your partner have it and don't know. I would get both you and your new partner tested.
     
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    georgiagail responded:
    If you were tested for syphilis and HIV that is all you were tested for. Chlamydia is a different STD.

    Gail


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