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jin25jp

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jin25jp

Alright, so I didn't look at this too much before... but I started looking into it more after I got a bill for $500 bill that I shouldn't have. Anyways it reminded me of my STD screening results... I was reassured that I was screened for anything and that I didn't have anything. Yet I was the source that my g/f got herpes from (I just haven't showed symptoms honestly I have a killer immune system probably has something to do with it) Well anyways... I took a look at the types of testing for it and it said with the blood test that its 99% accurate right? Well I'm finding it very hard to believe that I got just that 1% and that the hospital more or less overlooked it... For crying out loud they drew like two vials of blood.

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