the torch test is a very outdated testing method that isn't appropriate for adults for the most part. It's designed for newborns.
Your herpes results are negative on the test but the testing you had done isn't very accurate. because you are pregnant, you want your partner to get tested for herpes too to see what their status is if you have a regular partner. Knowing your status is only half of the picture.
we don't comment on your other testing here - only herpes test results.
I was in a relationship for 4 years and my boy friend was involved with other girls too.
when i got to know this, i broke up with him and after 3 months i got involved with another person and we got married. My husband was not involved with anyone before marriage. Plz help me and tell me what test i should go for and what questions i should ask to my gaynae?
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