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Sandra.kat1
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My boyfriend knew before his relationship he might have chlamydia but never got tested for it and then met me and never told me obviously things happened with us but I never knew he had it and I knew I never had it because I was tested and was fine before I met him.. now he has had a test for health check it says he has chlamydia and then told me after the weekend we done it but he knew before that weekend.. I know he loves me and sorry for what he has done. He also suffers from anxiety!! Do I stay with him 😕
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If you love him than you may want to stay in the relationship, but you might want to get check up if you have chlamydia. If you really love him you wouldn’t Leave him for his anxiety would you??? You could help him cope with it in some ways.
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Hmmm, this situation is tricky. You don’t want to upset him but he might have ruined your chances of being a born mother. Decide from you heart and mind, this will hopefully give you an evened out and clear answer without being true to yourself. Make sure you’re calm and relaxed as possible, a clear mind will help your decision, obviously, I can’t directly give you an answer because I’m not you, and I’m not in your unfortunate situation. But, I can give you advice that will hopefully guide you to make the right decisions.

Hope it goes well for the both of you two xx
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