... vaginitis, Gardnerella vaginitis, nonspecific vaginitis, Corynebacterium vaginitis, or anaerobic vaginosis. I'm more concerned with her feeling better than I am with the possibilities of how she would have been exposed. Especially if we're both monogamous. I can't speculate and I trust her enough to not worry. However, I am concerned about the vaginal infection and having it infect me... is that even necessary or a valid concern of mine? We have never used protection in the past 2.5 years and I did have an STD examination test 4 month's prior to this infection she recently contracted
She should talk to her doctor and ask if there is a possibility that you have been infected through intercourse (sex) As far as concerns of infidelity, some infection can harbor a long time before symptoms begin, up to 5 years for some. If you have the infection too, you will just keep passing it back and forth unless you are both treated at the same time and you may need to either refrain from sex or use condoms until the treatment is finished but first you need to have her talk to her doctor to see if these infections can be transmitted through sex. Gardnerella vaginitis is for sure. So it is likely you will need some treatment too to finally get rid of it altogether.
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