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    An_257854 posted:
    This is topic is more talked about then I thought. I have been out of a relationship for 6 months. Went to dr with what I thought was a yeast infection. Turns out to be trich, dr says ONLY contracted through sex. Ah, I haven't had sex so NO! Was given medication twice, still have, finally after third time I am better. (I think since I don't go until next week for testing #4 to make sure.) Talked to ex about this, his new girlfriend didn't get it and he has no symptons, but says if it stays dormant then agrees it has to be from him. But does it really stay dormant? I am going crazy over this!
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