When blood testing is done for herpes, it is looking for antibody to the virus, not the virus itself. It takes time to make antibody to herpes because it is something you make yourself, not something you get from someone else. Most people make antibody within 2-12 weeks though some people take up to 16 weeks to make antibody. If you test too soon after a possible exposure, the test can be falsely negative. That is why it is best to wait the recommended amount time, because you want the most accurate test possible.
Yes if you want a copy of your test results you just need to ask your providers office to print it out for you.
If the bimanual exam was normal then that probably indicates that you don’t have pelvic inflammatory disease.
High risk HPV would not cause the symptoms that you’re describing but high-risk HPV is concerning. I’m certain that your doctor talked with you about how to deal with this positive test for HPV.
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