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False Negatives can be extremely harmful as anyone with a false negative may infect future sexual partners unknowingly as they may believe they are STD-free. Identifying STDs and receiving treatment is an effective way of stopping the spread; false negatives prevent this from happening.
A common virus that can cause sores on your genitals or in your mouth. Negative/Normal-you do not have the herpes simplex virus. Positive/Abnormal-means that you have an active infection (if sores are present), or were infected in the past (if no sores are present).
Certain STIs will show up on a test within a couple of weeks of infection, while others will take much longer. This means if you test too early for certain STIs, the infection might not show up. In other words, it's possible to have an STI even if you tested negative the first time.
False positive test results show that a person has an infection or condition when they do not. This can happen with many kinds of diagnostic tests. However, the chance of a false positive herpes test result is much higher than when testing for STIs like chlamydia or gonorrhea.
A common virus that can cause sores on your genitals or in your mouth. Negative/Normal-you do not have the herpes simplex virus. Positive/Abnormal-means that you have an active infection (if sores are present), or were infected in the past (if no sores are present).
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STI test results can take between five and 10 days. If you have testing done at Planned Parenthood, we'll contact you ONLY if your results are positive. If this is the case, we'll give you a call to ask you to come back for follow up. Planned Parenthood does not contact patients if the results are negative.
Summary. STI tests are very accurate, but they are not perfect. The accuracy of a test is based on its sensitivity (ability to pick up positives) and specificity (ability to eliminate negatives). Tests that have lower sensitivity or specificity have a higher risk of false results.
Certain STIs will show up on a test within a couple of weeks of infection, while others will take much longer. This means if you test too early for certain STIs, the infection might not show up. In other words, it's possible to have an STI even if you tested negative the first time.
Truth: A test result outside the reference range may or may not indicate a problem, but it signals your healthcare provider to further investigate your condition. You can have a value outside the range and have nothing wrong\u2014but your provider should try to determine the cause.
Your STD test results may indicate \u201creactive,\u201d \u201cnot-detected,\u201d \u201cnon-reactive\u201d or a reference range. Not detected and non-reactive mean the STD was not detected in your system. The reference range indicates whether the STD value is high enough to be considered positive; if not, it returns negative.

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