Below is what was on my doctors report. I couldn't understand any of it Re: Both Gonorrea, Chlamydia and TrachomatisUltra sensitive DNA construction for the detection of Neisseria Gonorrohoeae and Chlamydial Trachomatis may be un-suitable for post-treatment follow-up of prior positive result since non-viable DNA may continue to be present in cellular debris.HELP!
CAN SOMEONE TELL ME WHAT THIS MEANS-IN ENGLISH :)
It means that if you have gonorrhoea or chlamydia and you are treated for it, and you want to test whether it has all gone, you shouldn't use a very sensitive DNA test, because that can give a false positive result because of the remnants of dead cells.
It doesn't actually say in that phrase whether you actually tested positive or negative.