County Health and Human Services STD Testing

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    Jun 19, 2012 8:38 PM GMT
    I don't know about the comprehensive STD testing they do in your area, but if you use them, it seems like they have the most unsympathetic, unforgiving, bitchy, heartless nurses working there.

    Today she JAMMED the swab into the back of my throat and she JAMMED it up my butt with no lube. What a fucking bitch. That was violating near rape.

    Then they want to know every sordid detail about your sexual life? Where did you put it? How many times? How many people?

    Then she talks judgmentally to you as though you don't know any better and merely knowing about STDs would make you be completely immune to them by practicing better behaviors.

    If that were the case, then merely knowing how to eat healthy would mean the nation wouldn't have a fucking obesity epidemic. No one would drive faster than the speed limit. Et cetera.
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    Jun 19, 2012 8:40 PM GMT
    bluey2223 saidI don't know about the comprehensive STD testing they do in your area, but if you use them, it seems like they have the most unsympathetic, unforgiving, bitchy, heartless nurses working there.

    Today she JAMMED the swab into the back of my throat and she JAMMED it up my butt with no lube. What a fucking bitch. That was violating near rape.

    Then they want to know every sordid detail about your sexual life? Where did you put it? How many times? How many people?

    Then she talks judgmentally to you as though you don't know any better and merely knowing about STDs would make you be completely immune to them by practicing better behaviors.

    If that were the case, then merely knowing how to eat healthy would mean the nation wouldn't have a fucking obesity epidemic. No one would drive faster than the speed limit. Et cetera.

    Your profile answers your own question - Texas. And I would never use a county health service in a red State. You do realize your responses are being put into a State data base by law? And that you could be charged with spreading an STD if they find you infected, and you admit to having sex with others?

    Use only private health services, after they tell you they will keep the results confidential. Though even that is outlawed in some States.
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    Jun 23, 2012 9:08 PM GMT
    bluey2223 saidI don't know about the comprehensive STD testing they do in your area, but if you use them, it seems like they have the most unsympathetic, unforgiving, bitchy, heartless nurses working there.

    Today she JAMMED the swab into the back of my throat and she JAMMED it up my butt with no lube. What a fucking bitch. That was violating near rape.

    Then they want to know every sordid detail about your sexual life? Where did you put it? How many times? How many people?

    Then she talks judgmentally to you as though you don't know any better and merely knowing about STDs would make you be completely immune to them by practicing better behaviors.

    If that were the case, then merely knowing how to eat healthy would mean the nation wouldn't have a fucking obesity epidemic. No one would drive faster than the speed limit. Et cetera.


    I can definitely relate to what you're talking about. My boyfriend had an issue with a nurse that seemed like she was judging him the whole time that he was getting tested. Not every nurse is like that. If all of your STD testing experiences at your CHD seem the same, then I think it would be a good idea to look elsewhere to get tested.

    Now regarding issues about your sexual history, unfortunately that's going to be like that just about everywhere. There is going to be some form of sexual risk assessment that they do for you. At least that's how we do it here in FL. I look at it as these people really don't care about your sexual history, but it's a part of the job. If you really have a problem discussing your private life, then generally there is an option where you can refuse to discuss your risks.

    It just seems like you had a nurse who was not very passionate about what she does. I'm sorry that you had that kind of experience. As someone who works in the public health sector, that is the kind of behavior that we do not like to represent CHD's.

    Hopefully talking with the CHD about your experience with the nurse and/or searching new venues to get tested might be a good option.