I was wondering could STD results be written out differently depending on the office? I was recently in a relationship with a girl and I had asked to see her results and it was on a standard blood test form (cholesterol, blood count, etc.) but all of that was left blank. In the comments section below it said "no evidence of infectious disease." It did look like some other person's handwriting and a legit form from a doctor so I wasn't really thinking it was made up. I just was a bit confused to see it on that paper. I was wondering has anyone received results written this way?
If everything is fine with the standard blood work, some doctors will leave it blank as it's a none factor. For medical practices, they should have wrote in the results anyway. But it's common with some offices that run with different doctors and nurses. Any infection would have been brought to an immediate attention.
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well it seemed like they used the standard blood test form to just comment on the STD status. The cholesterol levels etc. were all left blank. None of these columns were at all STD related so I just assumed this wasn't even checked. I was just a little confused by this and wondered if anybody else has seen this before?