So I had some risky sexual activity lately and went and got tested. I got a blood test and was tested for the following:
Chlamydia Gonorrhea Hepatitis B Hepatitis C Herpes I Herpes II HIV-1 Syphilis
They all came back negative, but perhaps I didn't wait long enough. I waited 7 days after my sexual encounter. There was a milky white discharge a few days before I got the test, in fact this is what prompted me to get tested. But perhaps it wasn't long enough to show up in my blood stream. Any thoughts? Idea? I feel like I should get tested again.
Actually I forgot to mention it but there was a urine test as well. But it was about 7 days after the encounter. But I got tested two days after I noticed a discharge. Do you still think I should get tested?
a drunk night in a bath house with unprotected anal, oral sex. The only time I've ever done such a thing. I was out of control, ashamed of myself for being so reckless, but I'm trying to do the right thing and get tested and make sure I'm alright.
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