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Dear Doc, I want to get all the tests done to see if my pipes are clean, i.e. if I have any STDs. But I've experimented with some drugs in the past. My question is: will the doctor/lab technician be able to tell that I've used drugs from looking at the results of the tests I've taken for the purposes of identifying STDs? Many thanks.
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Thank you for your inquiry The short answer is 'no' - unless a urine or blood sample is tested without your knowledge / consent for such substances (a completely different type of test than for STDs).
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