You don't want to have a blood test to determine if you are currently infected with Chlamydia, you want a urine or culture test and if those are neg then you are not currently infected.
The blood test has more of a risk of being a false pos. plus it is more used to see if you were infected in the past.... ie if you're having a problem getting pregnant and they are trying to determine if PID could be an issue.
Get a urine test or a swab.... and if your getting a urine try to make it your first pee of the day or wait at least an hour after you pee before you take the test. and dont wipe yourself with the sanitary pad they give you
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