That's what I told him to do but when he went in the first time they took a urine sample to test and just gave him the drugs so even if he went in for a retest, it would come back negative because he was treated.
No that's not possible. I am very protective over the health of my body especially because cervical cancer runs in my family. So I go for a physical once a year and I've been with my guy for two years plus I get tested when I start dating someone new.
Yes that's what I am thinking. I just didn't think it was possible for one of us to catch it while the other did not.
I have done a ton of research and there are quite a few reports on false positives and false negatives As well as a few people saying a lot of the time, men test negative when they are in fact positive. There is a lot of unanswered questions on these topics and makes it difficult for anyone to get their questions answered.
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