please i tested negative
for chlamydia iGg iGm is this test accurate
after 10 weeks of possible exposure..
i also took blood test for gonorrhea
(gonococal Abs) after 18 weeks its negative also..
can you advise me about it !!
is it enough... thanks
thank you ..
its confusing me they said chlamydia is silent infection and can not be detected by swab or urine test !!
but there is no information about blood test
i mean i didnt know how long i need to wait to have accurate result..!!!
sir.. i have problem there is no special urine
calture for chlamydia in my area
only blood.. or the ordenary urine calture this useless i think??
they said it can be collected then they will
send it to other lab in other city, can this way
affect the result i mean storing the sample long time will give wrong neg..??
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