Rachel is a 22 year old female, who has come to see you as her partner, Tom, has just been diagnosed with Chlamydia. He is her only sexual partner and she informs you the rest of his sexual health screen was negative. Rachel says that Tom denies being unfaithful and says he must have caught Chlamydia whilst swimming. She is visibly upset and is worried about the future of her relationship as well as the possible complications of Chlamydia.
At present Rachel is asymptomatic, her last episode of sexual intercourse was two weeks ago. She does not want to attend a genito-urinary medicine clinic. What is the most appropriate course of action?