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Chlamydia

I'm at a loss!! 4 weeks ago I started having a burning while urinating and went to my Physician. He immediately asked about my sexual activities, I informed him I was a vergin and have never had sexual contact with anyone. As a result he ran urine test for a UTI. Everything came back clear. He looked at my urine under a microscope, to look for crystals to see if I might have passed a stone, again no signs that I passed a stone. He said my urine had broken down red blood cells that would indicate I was fighting an infection. Again he asked about my sexual activity, and again I said the same which is the honest to God truth! He sent my urine off to have a culture grown, and called me with the results a couple days later saying they found nothing. He put me on levofloxacin, and that didn't help at all. Went back and he wanted to run a STD test just to rule that out. Positive for chlamydia!!!!! That's impossible, so instead of taking the antibiotics he prescribed for it, I went to the health clinic and had another STD test done with the same result! I have started the medicine, and am now searching the Internet for answers. I have never in my life had sexual contact with anyone! How is this possible?
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Just to add,  I have been told I am a lier on other forums, and I have to be honest to find out we're I contacted chlmaydia.

Look, I am a 19 ur old male living 3800 miles away from my parents going to school, they will never know I got chlmaydia. If they do so what, I'm an adult who at some point will have sex. I'm not trying to hide anything from them.

I am not on here trying to find the best excuse to explain it away to a girlfriend or wife because I don't have one! I have no one to answer to but myself. I have no reason to lie! I contacted chlmaydia, I'd like to find honest answers to how that is even possible to avoid that in the future.

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