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I had unprotected vaginal intercourse once  with no ejaculation. However it was for more than a few minutes. I had std tests run 15 days after all negative except HPV high risk (first positive). My hsv2 was drawn 22 days post intercourse. Neg as well...Can I trust the negative result?
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Gonorrhea and chlamydia are accurate at about week, syphilis is at 6 weeks, HIV is at 3 months, and herpes is 4 months, though many test positive long before that for HIV and herpes.

You had the HPV prior to this encounter, as that takes at least a month to show up.

Aj
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