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Can a doctor look into the reports to confirm if I have STD or not ?

Hi, I am female, 33, 5.3m tall. I never had any StI, or anything like that , but I had unprotected sex recently, and I went for lab tests for several stuff. some of the results are unclear to me, and please I would like to know that i am not in danger, although I have no discharge, and no symptoms at all: 1. URINE M/C/S- pus- Nil; Epithelial cells -0-2 phf; Parasites- Nil; RBC- Nil. 2. HVS M/C/S- Pus- Nil; Epithelial cells- 0-8phf; Yeast Cell- nil; T.Vaginalis- nil; RBC Nil. Culture yielded no growth after 24hours. 3. HIV 1/2 was negative. Please is everything normal??? I am kinda worried, thanks
Asked On : Wed, 4 May 2011
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Your all reports are normal so do not worry but as you had sex recently, it's long time effects may come afterward.So you observe for infection,cervical discharge or any lump in your genitals.
As you had unprotected sex main worry is to see that you are not pregnant.
Answered: Wed, 4 May 2011
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