I don't know why chlamydia is taking longer. The lab would have to answer that.
Do you know what the bacteria is? If you don't, you should find out.
If you had done a urine test, it would matter when you last urinated. You did a swab test, so it doesn't.
If you had discharge, you'd see it on your underwear. Depending on the infection, the discharge may be yellowish, milky, or clear.
I'm not sure what other tests there are for you for your testicle pain. The tests she's done should identify anything that's happening here. Is she a urologist? If she isn't, and her tests don't find anything, your next step should be a urologist.
The swab will be accurate, that little wetness you are describing that is the discharge, there should not be any wetness.
So I was reading your other post.nthe answers that were given to you by Life and auntijessi are correct. Thay are very trained and now their stuff. As far your current issue maybe your having a stress related issue. However, I will advise you from been having drs touching and looking at your penis. I don't know but you could possible get an infection that way. It happened to me and still battling it. Your best bet is trust the results and advice from the guys. Urine analysis and traditional cultures are not really reliable anymore. If you something more accurate and sensitive they a microgen dx test as this test is more sensitive and picks up more than one bacteria at the same time. I wish you the best and like the guys said your episode had 0 risk! Keep us posted and I wish you the best, good luck!