Your STD test results may indicate “reactive,” “not-detected,” “non-reactive” or a reference range. Not detected and non-reactive mean the STD was not detected in your system. The reference range indicates whether the STD value is high enough to be considered positive; if not, it returns negative. For example, a range of < 0.90 in the “Herpes Simplex-2” test means any results below the 0.90 range are considered negative.
If your test results are positive for any STD, you can discuss your results, ask questions, and get guidance during a phone consultation with one of our doctors. You may also be advised to seek additional testing or explore treatment options depending on the STD you’ve contracted.
Your “result” is the outcome of your test. Depending on a number of factors, including whether an STD was found in your system, your result will either be positive or negative.
Yes. You can be infected with the same STD more than once if you continue having unprotected sex with an infected partner. Failing to complete your entire course of prescribed medication will also make you vulnerable to re-infection. It is also possible to be infected with more than one STD at a time. For instance, having HIV makes it easier to become infected with other STDs.
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