I would add that you have had enough antibiotics to treat any possible infection you may have at this point.
Hi Dr Chan,
Thank you so much for being here to help the people.
on you quote you said i have had enough antibiotics to treat any possible infection that i may have contracted, but Lymphogranuloma venereum does only die with a 3 weeks strait course of doxycycline, tetracycline or erythromycin, and i never took a 3 course strait of doxycycline.
i took 7 day doxycycline prescribed by the physician then i had 5 days without taking it, then when i saw the eurologist he prescribed me 10 days of doxycycline and 15 days ciprobay, by the time i finished the ciprobay i had 5 days without taking doxycycline, then when i went back to him ge gave me another 5 days of doxy. Summarizing all the doxycycline i took, i never took for 3 weeks in a raw and if my problem is lymphogranuloma venereum it would not have died
On the other forum, they suggested I get checked for Lymphogranuloma venereum, and when I look at my symptoms and compare it to the lymphogranuloma venereum symptoms they look identical, i know some disease mimic other disease and i want to be sure before i conclude that my problem is really lymphogranuloma.
My question is: can a person have a Chlamydia trachomatis IgA and IgM test negative and still have Lymphogranuloma venereum?
Because i did a Chlamydia trachomatis IgA and IgM and it came back negative, but my Chlamydia IgG came back positive.
And yet my symptoms look like lymphogranuloma venereum.