I went to my health department friday and got tested for an std because at first i thought i had a yest but after 2 weeks n it didnt go away i thought i would go n let my doctor give me something for it so i took an std test just for h3ll of it and when my test came back i was told that i had trich my heart fell i never had an std be4 n i was so hurt by it i couldnt ask any questions that i need to know so now that its been a few days n im dealing with it i wanted to know 1.) Can trich turn in2 herpes if untreated or even after i get done with the metroidazole. 2.) i havent told the guy that gave it to me yet because im scared to tell him and because i cant get in touch with him. by him not knowing and him still having sex without a condom is can his trich turn in2 Hiv ?
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