... OK, I just found out that the "window period" for Gonorrhea is 1-30 days after exposure and for Chlamydia it is 5-7 days (with symptoms or not). (3 replies)
I went on the CDC site and know there is a 3 month "window period" for testing on Herpes, Syphilis, Hepatitis B, and HIV/AIDS.
But, they did not list anything for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia. How will we know when is the most accurate and appropriate time to test for these 2 STDs?
Also, I read that Herpes cannot really be accurately tested through a urine nor blood... (3 replies)
... IV test at home and it came up negative. However, at the time I took the test it only accounted for a guy I had sex with 3 months prior according to the 3 month window period for accurate results. I recently slept with someone on Wednesday only to get a call yesterday saying that a girl he slept with gave him Herpes. ... (2 replies)
... There is no data regarding a window period. ... (1 replies)
... month window period for HIV to show up on any test. ... (8 replies)
... Many people with Chlamydia have no symptoms and don't know they have it. Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Herpes are very common STDs in America. ... (2 replies)
... i dunno about gonorhea...but i read that the symptoms for chlamydia can start to show up in three weeks.... ... (3 replies)
... The incubation period for Gonorrhea is usually 2 to 7 days. ... (4 replies)
Yeah, I heard that too. But, a lot of these STDs may not show symptoms in some people even though they may carry it. That is why I was wondering like when it's best to go for a checkup. (3 replies)
... and the window period of a test. If somebody takes an HIV test 60 or more days after infection, it will show up on a test. ... (2 replies)