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This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
At times: Planned parenthood is a generalized substitute for gynecologic and general health care for women. Most of their efforts are in pelvic inflammatory disease, cancer detection and birth control. A few other areas of interest like pregnancy termination, a small percentage of their total efforts, have been a target of politically inspired demagogues. Female teen sexual health is addresed there. ...Read more
How to find a doctor: I would refer to sites like healthtap ofcourse. Also, you can check doctors in your area by going to the following: healthgrades.Com vitals.Com and others.. It will provide you with doctor ratings and reviews posted by patients.. It is reliable most of the time.. ...Read more
Skin test: Usually as skin test is done to see if the person has been exposed to tb. If the skin test is positive, it is usually followed by chest x-ray to detect active infection. ...Read more
Unlikely: No insurer or employer could afford to do this with that frequency, and there would not be much benefit to it. Ems and healthcare workers are usually tested only after a known exposure / event, which can be years in between if they are using proper safety precautions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ask your PCP: Your pcp should be able to recommend a urologist that has expertise with vas reversals. Make sure to ask what their success rates are with pregnancy rates, as opposed to patency rates. Also, pregnancy rates are significantly decreased if the vasectomy has been longer than 8-10 years. At that point, ivf with sperm recovery from the testicle (tesa) may be the better choice. ...Read more
Comparable: I think you can choose either way- either public hospital or private hospital. There are a lot of hospitals there, but public hospital like the national university hospital is good too. Choose the oncologist whom you feel comfortable with is probably more important. ...Read more
Have a friend looking for dentist. Is ineligible for public insurance programs. Can't afford doctor himself. Lives in colorado. Any other way/clinic?
I think that in NYC: The answer is no.Get a more detailed answer ›
Usually under a week: There's no hard and fast rule; each clinic is different. And some lab tests take longer than others. But for most of the standard STD tests (gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV), I would expect results within 5 work days, sometimes sooner. Why not call your clinic and ask directly? Good luck -- I hope your results are negative! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: State laws require that any facility, lab, or physician that gets a positive report of certain stds report it to the state department of health. Not doing so would be a criminal offense. Std results are not reported to any individual person or organization though so they only people that would know are you, your doctor, the lab, your insurance (if used), & possibly the state health department. ...Read more
If a clinic doesn't call back with STD results but you have an appointment does that mean that you are clean...?
No: Most places do not give results of stds over the telephone. Your appt was set up so your results can be given. If you are worried try to move up your appt. ...Read more
Would a clinic like Planned Parenthood , give you Std results , right after you take the test or would there be a wait ?
Here are some...: The availability of services in Planned Parenthood may widely vary among different locations reflecting demographic pattern, geographic accessibility, and financial feasibility. So, just pick up a phone & dial to local Planned Parenthood to inquire with specifics and relevance of your concerns. Best wish to health & happiness. ...Read more
I got infected with an STD from my partner and we both went to the local clinic and got tested. Weeks later it came back, am i still infected?
Planned parenthood : Go to a planned parenthood clinic they do all sorts of testing and can provide lots of support in the process. ...Read more
I'm experiencing symptoms for epididymitis, but I went to a clinic and they checked my urine for STD's, but the results came back negative?
Still: If it hurts, it's a problem. See a urologist ASAP ...Read more
My boyfriend recently had a blood and urine test to see his health. This was not done at a clinic for std's but is it still reliable source for that?
I do not have sex, I'm virgin so I don't think it is an STD lesion. I'm too embarrassed to go to a clinic. *this is a followup on my previous question?
Question: We are not able to link your past question with your current question. Not enough info in present question to venture a guess. Take care. ...Read more
Reliable: Most health campuses have qualified practitioners on site to evaluate students. If they obtained specimen and sent it off, odds are they sent it to one of the few national labs to run the tests. This would be accurate. If unsure then, seek a second opinion. ...Read more
Good place to start: It depends upon the capability and resources available at any given health department. At the least, the health department should be able to know where you can go to receive treatment so they would be an excellent resource for information regarding your question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer