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I recently got tested for STD's, result is the borderline. How can i prevent?

I recently got tested for STD s and tested negative for all. But in the section for herpes , HIV , and hepititis C there was a negative but had value numbers close to the range. Now i figure that this mean there is a chance that these infections mite show up in the near future. My question is if i treat them now can it be prevented to test positive in these catagories?
Asked On : Thu, 30 Dec 2010
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If the tests report as negative then its clear that you do not have those infections .Do not get misguided by the values and do not go for any prophylactic treatment as the drugs used to treat these conditions are very powerful and have their own serious sideeffects .

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Answered: Fri, 31 Dec 2010
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