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I got tested a week ago usung tstd for all the std's Herpes 2 came back positive at 3.23H I got retested using the same lab 5 days later i just got the results negative. <.90 can you please tell me what happened here. the person at TSTD said it was the first ever case of this and its like 1in 10,000
Do you also have hsv1? Have you ever had genital herpes symptoms?
I'd do a retest, just to be sure. There is some debate about this in the field, but many experts feel that anything under a 3.5 should be confirmed, especially with pre-existing hsv1, but yours was pretty close to that, which would make it less likely to be a false positive.
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