When you do a blood work do they test you for every STD and sti?

No. Some std can be detected only through culture (obtaining a bodily fluid or tissue and looking for growth or presence of the infecting agent). An example is gonorrhea. Most can be easily detected through blood tests. Examples are hiv/ aids and hepatitis c.
NOT NECESSARILY. It depends upon why you are seeing the doctor and what issues the doctor is focusing on. These tests must be ordered individually. If you are concerned that you may have been exposed to an std go and ask to be tested. Hope they are all negative.

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Can patients ask for a copy of pap, std, and blood work results for their own personal records even if test were normal?

Absolutely . You are entitled by law to a copy of your medical records including all test results. Though very similar, every state and every office has their particular rules and procedures in handling requests for medical records and they have the right to charge you, if so desired, a fee for making copies (50-75 cents per page customary). I feel it is a good idea for patients to keep copies of test results. Read more...

If I went to the hospital because I was very ill without knowing the cause and they did blood work would they usually test for an std?

Not necessarily. This depends on the clinical picture of "very ill" The most pertinent information regarding std's is carried out with a pelvic exam. Don't forget that your medical record is YOUR record. You can get a copy of this from the hospital with a request. If you have symptoms persisting, then I would followup as an outpatient with a visit to address them. Read more...
Std. Depending on why you went to the hospital they would not necessarily test you for an STD- but if you are worried, you should please request testing. Read more...

Will blood work determine if I have STD in my mouth or should other test need to be performed?

No. It all depends on the whole picture... the risk factors, the story, the symptoms, and the exam. For example, a blood test can show that a person has had herpes, but that could have been an outbreak on the hand. A doctor is needed to decide IF blood tests are needed, and WHICH tests to order. Read more...

3 passed PCR urine tests for all STD and blood work but still get a sensation when I get the urge to pee? What else could this be? My doc don't know

Ureaplasma/mycoplasm. Ureaplasma or mycoplasma can cause the symptoms you are experiencing but are not a part of the normal STD panel. Ask your doctor to check for this. Requires special medium to grown and detect. Read more...

Took a UTI test and tested positive for leukocytes but negative for nitrates. Took a STD test recently and was negative and blood work was negative. It burns after I pee once in awhile and penis itch?

Get urine analysis. get proper urine analysis if symptoms persist and if + can be treated and avoid further complications. Read more...
Urethritis/Chlamydia. Leukocytes mean that there is inflammatory process.Positive nitrite test is positive when there is urinary infection due to gram negative bacteria. Urine positive for Leukocytes and neg nitrite in men can be due to Chlamydia infection in urethra It is important to establish the diagnosis as your sexual partner also needs to be treated with antibiotics. Read more...

If you've had blood work done and it comes back that you have an STD can that blood work be wrong? If so can you get a second opinion?

Sure. Many times I will repeat a test to confirm that the results are real. I would definitely get a second opinion if what they are finding does not make sense to you. Read more...
Unlikely . No test is 100% accurate but if a blood test for an STD is positive it is unlikely that it's wrong. You can however always ask to have a test repeated. Read more...

I'm 23. By blood work imean hormone, cholestorel and all std's came back normal/negative. Whats an ultrasound of the uterus_ please answer!?

Ultrasound. An ultrasound is a type of imaging study used to visualize part of the body. It is most commonly associated with pregancy, but has hundreds of uses.It is noninvasive and painless. It is also safe and relatively inexpensive(compared to other radiology tests). Read more...
Uterus ultrasound. This is more commonly called a pelvic ultrasound. There are two ways to perform it. A "transabdominal" pelvic ultrasound scans the pelvis from an external approach over the lower abdomen/pelvis, and a "transvaginal" or internal scan uses a probe inserted into the vagina. Sometimes both are performed. Read more...