Can somebody name every type of STD because I wanted to get tested for all of them just in case I had any. I guess STDs are different from other diseases because they're only transmitted during sex or something? If people are going to get tested for HIV/Aids they need to be tested twice for accurate results right?
What other ways can you get these, and has anyone/will anyone actually get tested for all of them?
Is there a single or bunch of tests can Tell us whether we have any of the below disease? what are all the tests are enough?
It would be great if i get the TEST NAMES for all of the below Diseases.it will help other also.
A good protion of your list has non-STD realted parasites.
If its an STD matter you only need to worry about:
HIV (antibody HIV1/2 test) at 3 months window period
Herpes (antibody igG for HSV-1 and HSV-2) at 4 months window period
Hep B (antibody test, and antigent test) at 3 months window period
syphilis (RPR) at 6-8 weeks window period
Chancroid at 6-8 weeks window period
Gonorrhea (PCR/NAAT urine test) at 1 week window period
chlamydia (CR/NAAT urine test) at 1 week window period
NGU (urethritis; urethra swab test) at 1 week window period
You only need ONE test for each STD, from which window period has been meet for accurate results. In other words one negative test at 3 months post exposure for HIV is enough.
You don't need to know the names of the tests (I don't know the names of all the test), just go to a clinic and say, "I would like to be tested for chlamydia."
Can be transmitted sexually and are serious viruses. Unfortunately they are overlooked all too often. If you donate blood you will be tested for HTLV-1&2.
if you test positive you can never donate blood again.
Hep-C can also be transmitted sexually in rare instances, if there was exchange of blood.
Window period for Hep-C 3-6 months
Window period for HTLV could be 3-12 months.
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