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... I Was Wondering How Long It Can Take For Stds Of Any Nature To Show Up On A Blood Test. ... (2 replies)
... how long does it take for them to show up? ... (2 replies)
Stds in general?
Aug 20, 2006
... lets say if you are not tested for stds, how long after having sex would an std show up? ... (2 replies)

... I had sex with a guy the other night, part of which was unprotected. I plan to get tested, but does anyone know how long the STD 'gestation' period is? ... (1 replies)
What do you think
Jun 29, 2005
... is onto him. So now im in turmoil whether he has cheated or not. I know that if i ask him if he has he will either deny all knowledge or he will just dump me. How the hell can i get round this one? ... (2 replies)
What do you think
Jun 29, 2005
... y got a physical for a school Im going to. The doctor told me that my labwork was showing some abnomalties, so she had me give another specimen. This also showed up as abnormal, she told me that it could be an infection or an std so she tested me for gonerrea and chlamydia. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, It's very possible this thoughtful guy gave you Herpes. Herpes infection symptoms can show up within a few days of exposure. ... (6 replies)
... it is normally contracted by babies during a vaginal birth when a mother is having an outbreak. It's unlikely, IF you have the virus that it would have travelled to your eyelids. ... (61 replies)
... months post exposure for a blood test to come back positive. I am the perfect example of this. ... (35 replies)
Unprotected sex
Jun 7, 2008
... how long should i wait to be tested? ... (8 replies)
... So Tuesday morning I wake up and it burns when I pee. It basically kind of burns, and maybe itches a bit, all day. ... (0 replies)
... This is going to be long... sorry in advance. ... (2 replies)
... Sure. There are plenty of things that go on with our body that may be normal or not, but do not always indicate an STD. First and foremost, she needs to get checked. ... (6 replies)

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