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HerowNikki posted:
My partner has recently accused me of giving him chlamydia and I'm in the process of getting tested (again- I've been tested before) but I have never had any symptoms. The likelihood that I could have be infected would have been from a previous cheating partner almost 2 years ago. He at the time had been tested and clean but since cheating, I'm not sure. Is it plausible that it could have been dormant for that long in me with absolutely NO symptoms or any other type of infections? (since it ends up causing PID and other health risks).
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chddb1 responded:
I guess it is possible. Most women don't show any symptoms of clamydia. Is it possible that the bf might have strayed, gotten the infection, and is now pointing the finger at you to deter you figuring out he cheated? If you are sexually active with him, I would go get treated for it (since you probably have it if he has it) and also get tested. Then go back 3 weeks later and get re-tested to make sure the infection is gone.

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