Has anyone tested positive for trichimoniasis without sexual contact?

It's possible. Trichomonas is a one-celled organism that can live anywhere there is enough moisture. Although most cases are sexually transmitted, it can be picked up if the patient comes in contact with a contaminated moist object or body of water, or something contaminated with body fluids.
Shared sex toys. Are a common means for transmission b/w women. Sanitizing b/w use is encouraged especially if shared.

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Can someone get trichomoniasis without sexual contact even in rare instances? My wife and I have been faithful for 10 yrs

Never say never. Theoretically one could use a public rest room and sit on someone elses urine and get a "seeded" infection, but it is rare and the likelihood is miniscule but certainly possible. Statistically speaking, trich is a std. Read more...
Yes, but not likely. Anything is possible. The diagnosis could be wrong, (mixed up the slides at the office/lab). Non sexual contact with something like a wet towel or toilet seat, etc. But the overwhelming likely answer is that someone, at some point in time had at least a moment of bad judgement (unprotected sex). Don't let it ruin the relationship. Trich can be fixed. Your wife is more valuable than sex. Fix it. Read more...

Can someone get trichomoniasis without sexual contact even in rare instances? My wife and I have been faithful for 10 yrs

Possible. That is one of the potentially sexually transmissible diseases that may on occasion also come from other sources. So could very well be innocent. Read more...

Is there any way, no matter how rare, to contract trichomoniasis without sexual contact? My wife and I have been faithful to each other for 10 yrs.

Let try to answer. There is one study from africa (zambia). They found a high prevalence of trichomoniasis in girls in ndola who reported that they had never had sex. We postulate that the high prevalence of trichomoniasis in virgins in ndola is due to non-sexual transmission of trichomoniasis via shared bathing water and inconsistent use of soap. http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0016310. Read more...