(1) Most gonorrhea and chlamydia would show up by 11 days, but I would be mainly concerned about the chlamydia as sometimes it can take up to 6 weeks for it to show up on a test.
(2) Depending on the HIV test that was done and the type of risk there wouldn’t be a need for a repeat HIV test, I would just go off the recommendation made by the nurse and doctor.
(3) It’s difficult to know what could be causing these symptoms and if it could be related to an STI like chlamydia. If you feel comfortable mentioning the sex you had and the tests done to the health professional who is taking care of the UTI and your sore testicles. It will help them work out if it is related.
If you don’t feel comfortable talking to them about this, I would suggest seeing the first doctor and nurse you saw for the original testing and discussing your symptoms with them. They would be able to see if it is something like an UTI or something that could be related to a STI.
It is always a good idea to get sore testicles looked at as soon as possible.
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