Accuracy or Extra Costs? Testing the Tests

You've itched, you've used some creams, you've had some doc appointments. Is it time to get a test of what exactly is going on? Consult your gyno and your may get some different answers to this issue. The Affrim probe is one DNA test. Not needed on every routine visit, but often a very accurate way to make sure the right infection is being treated. So be sure to ask when you are at your gynos, do they have the latest tests and do you need them, we watch health care $ carefully. When it comes to Herpes perhaps a culture is best. When it comes to Chlamydia a DNA test may be best. For each disease the appropriate test has to be selected


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