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I badly needed your ideas and suggestion. I am worried because my HSV IgM I/II Combination result is 2.56 Ratio in the result form it say Positive is >1.09. I consider myself that i have STD. I have this anxieties because i have tested my urine for culture. I also have Streptococcus agalactiae and yeast infection. I have treated my yeast with Monistat 3. And this day is my 7th day for the treatment. The burning sensation feeling is gone. I am just worried of my HSV IgM i believe this is an indication of acute infection. My HSV IgG Type specific test result is not back yet. I need your help for me to have peace of mind. When my husband will get his insurance i will ask him to be tested also to ease the anxiety and confusion.
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