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    Non chlamydial ngu/nsu
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    An_256932 posted:
    several years ago my I got diagnosed with non chlamydial ngu at the health department after a few weeks of having sex with my girlfriend and haven't been with anybody in over a year before her at that time.my symptoms were mild and and cleared up on their own.my girlfriend said she haven't had sex in 3 months before we did which was with some other guy.she also never showed any symptoms that I know of.

    My question is in your professional opinion could I have gotten an std from her or on my own.
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    georgiagail responded:
    Considering your NGU was NOT caused by chlamydia, it would appear this developed from a bacterial infection. Attached is a good article that discusses some of the non-STD causes of NGU:


    http://www.std-gov.org/stds/chlamydia_ngu.htm


    Gail


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