Hi, Does anyone know what a urinalysis would be likely to show up?
Reason i am asking is because my GF has complained of a heavier clear odourless ( sometimes light brown )discharge this month when wipeing herslf after using the bathroom. This occured 2 weeks after having unprotected sex with me. She too has recently tested negative for std's but that was before having sex with me so i am kinda worried that if i had it i unknowingly passed it on but i did have a clear urinalysis recently.
I had a full screen for std's ( Gonn,Chlam,HIV,HepB,HSV,Syphillis ) 3 months ago all of which were negative but i found out they dont test males for trich. Would trich show up on a urinalysis or at least would the urinalysis show signs of an infection even if it didn't show which specific infection it was?
Does anyone have any personal experiance of trich symptoms? does what i describe sound like trich?
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