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Status update 14 week test results

Nov 12, 2012 - 1 comments
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HPV

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rash

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Psoriasis

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irritated glans

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fordyce spots

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NSU

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non gonococcal urethritis

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non specific urethritis

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mycoplasma

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ureaplasma

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Cancer



Dear internet,

For anyone following my case my recent tests~14 weeks post exposure were negative for Syphillis(RPR), Chlamydia (IGG-ab), and HIV 1/2/O antibody test.  Also routine blood and urine cultures were negative for aerobic/anerobic growth, but I am not sure if mycoplasm would show up in those cultures.   Great news its none of the above!

I am glad that these tests were all negative and I wish I could put this behind me but I still have some persistent symptoms, so now I will look for other causes.   The one I am most worried about currently is HPV.  It seems to be spread very easily, there are many different strains, and it has been shown that at least 2 of the strains can cause cancer.    And being a male I don't think I can get tested for HPV, at least it is not something that is routinely checked for in men.  

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by ashler1977, Nov 13, 2012
It's true that doctors usually won't ask for an HPV test, you have to do this yourself. I am still waiting for my results (they did a tongue scrapping and took a sample to test for HPV due my tongue issues). I will report my results back.

Congratulations on your results!

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