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Test for ALL STD's

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.

Apparently this is the full list of STDS:

Amebiasis
* Bacterial Vaginosis
* Campylobacter Fetus
* Candidiasis
* Chancroid
* Chlamydia
* Condyloma Acuminata
* Cytomegalovirus
* Enteric Infections
* Genital Mycoplasmas
* Genital Warts (HPV)
* Giardiasis
* Gonorrhea
* Granuloma Inguinale
* Hepatitis (Serum and others?)
* Herpes
* HIV Disease
* Lymphogranuloma Venereum
* Molluscum Contagiosum
* Pediculosis Pubis
* Pubic Lice (Crabs)
* Salmonella
* Scabies
* Shingellosis
* Syphilis
* Trichomoniasis
* Yeast Infection
* Vaginitis
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1318465 tn?1340571541
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."
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1339665 tn?1334074369
Adding another STD "Donovanosis"
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1318465 tn?1340571541
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."
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1339665 tn?1334074369
hi thank you very much for your reply.

in hepatitis , i could see many different disease hep a,b,c,d,e,f, do i need to test for all of these ?

And i have tested ANTI HIV 1& 2 after 3 months ,its negative , DO i need to do the HIV 1 RNA(Quattitative&Qualitative )- Real time PCR test to Confirm ??
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Hep questions post in that forum and HIV questions post in that forum.
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HTLV-1
HTLV-2
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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