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Our listener’s husband is the only person she has ever been with and vice versa. So she thought. Recently she started to noticed some changes in her “lady parts” and went to visit a doctor.
Should she tell her husband or wait until the results come back?
Here’s her email:
I have been a huge fan of the show for a really long time now and have always loved the advice you give to other listeners. I never thought I would be the one writing in to get advice BUT here we are. I don’t really have anyone that I want to ask this question to right now so I’m hoping yall can help.
My husband and I have been married almost 4 years and when we got together neither one of us had “played the piano” with anyone else if you catch my drift. He’s the only one I’ve been with and vice versa. Recently I’ve been having a problem downstairs and all signs are pointing to the fact that maybe I’ve caught something. I’m TERRIFIED to think that my husband might have cheated on me, because I definitely haven’t cheated on him.
I had a dr appointment last week, and instead of telling me the results over the phone, they asked me to come in to the office tomorrow (Monday) so I’m assuming worst case scenario. My question is should I talk to my husband before the appointment or get the results first, and if the results are positive how in the world do I have this conversation.
Hopefully y’all can help, and I appreciate any advice y’all can give!