You cheated on your wife and you are wondering if you'll test negative at YOUR std check? Don't know what all they routinely test for but maybe she suspects something and also asked for tests because you cheated. Your exposure was with a known person presumably not high risk unless she (the friend) sleeps around a lot on her husband so your risks are pretty low. But have your tests and be thankful you didn't get anything to pass to your wife. And yes, what she tested negative for, you'd expect to be negative depending on the time frame (if she took a 4th gen hiv test, the time frame is 4 weeks conclusive otherwise, it is 3 months). But every doctor is probably different in what they test for based on the circumstances. So, get a full screening and expect negatives for your wife's sake.
Is it reasonable to assume that the doctor tested my friend for Chlamydia, gonorrhea, trich and herpes during the diagnoses phases? Especially if they tested for HIV, Hep and Syphilis? Thanks
I'm not judging you. I don't know you. But it is hard to understand what you are concerned about. Your wife and her std status or yours. That was my point. I don't think you can assume anything as none of that is routine testing to give women in monogamous, married relationships. Only under certain circumstances. All women get an HIV test and herpes test with consent when pregnant. And otherwise, they have to request it or have some kind of symptom to warrant it. You'll have to just take your own test. But both women, your wife and the friend are in relationships that are long term (you with your wife, friend with her husband) which means their exposures were minimal over the years most likely. I wouldn't be overly worried but you'll just need to take your own tests to know for sure.
Thanks again for the input. I guess my write up wasn't clear and that's on me. No one has tested for our suspects an STD. The women friend had some woman issues a couple months after the encounter concerning an abnormal pap. I've the results of the std blood test, all negative. She doesn't have paper results for the urine or side swabs. All I'm asking is it safe to assume they were done? She was told all test came back negative but not specially what test. Hence my original question. It's just for my piece of mind as I'm getting tested anyway.