I have donated once before and last month was chosen again! I was really excited and they started me on the meds right away. Five days into the injections I got a call from the agency saying that my chlamydia test came up positive and the cycle has been cancelled!! To say I was shocked is an understatement!! I’ve been married for 3 years and have two year old twin boys. My husband and I are very much in love, so of course my first thought was…This HAS to be a mistake! The agency said I had to come in for a vaginal swab to confirm it. I am currently waiting for the results of the vaginal swab. My question is…if this does turn out to be a false positive, and I never had chlamydia, do I still have to wait an entire year before I can donate again or can I become eligible right away? When I asked my agency this question they said they weren’t sure, but that they would look into it and get back to me, but of course they haven’t yet?? I’ve been a mess the last 3 days and don’t know what to think. My gut tells me it’s an error, but then a small part of me wonders…could he be having an affair…or could I have been contaminated by the vaginal ultrasounds I’ve been getting the last month?? And, if it is a false positive can anyone be held responsible for this? Any thoughts or comments would be greatly appreciated….
Yeeeesh. I don’t like beating around the bush, so I’ll tell you up front that you need to have a chat with your husband. It’s not because I know you or your husband, but because I think the odds are most definitely against him. If the test was, indeed–and thankfully–a false positive, I do not think that’ll interfere with your cycle at all. But I don’t know, as it’s never been an issue I’ve thought twice about. And I think you can eliminate the theory that your ultrasound gave you the STD. I mean, I don’t know what kinda doctor you go to, and anything is possible, but that scenario is highly unlikely. I’m sorry this situation has presented itself, but I’m glad this situation has presented itself so you can get to the bottom of it ASAP. Good luck with everything!