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Two weeks after exposure (no continued relationship). No physical exam.
So what would further evidence of an active infection entail? simply a re-test? I've read evidence that it would be highly unlikely to test positive for chlymidia / gonorrhea after a negative test after such a long and clear exposure. Any sense of the odds here? 1 in 1000? 1 in 100? So is the more likely case the latter you think?
And, as a child I was treated for anterior urethro diberticultis (spelling?). Any complications from that that it could entail?