Omg I feel the same as you about getting my kids tested. I haven't had sex in a year and when doing a yearly in late February my doctor found trichomoniasis I took the meds and since I wasnt having sex I didnt go back to be retested. I then went to my obgyn this month and I have it again. Im like how I'm not having sex was just treated for this. The ob really didnt have an answer. I know I use my bath towel 3x b4 changing I use so much bleach washing the bacteria should be gone and I disinfect 3x a week in the bathrooms and tell my kids not to use my toliet. I also spray my toliets everyday with disinfectant spray or use the wypes. Dont know how I'm getting the disease and whats worse the symptoms ppl in the forum are saying that they have I dont have anything. So really confused right now and dont know what to do but start on some more meds. Feeling really nastyView Thread
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