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    supertwins2013 posted:
    Is there any way to medically prove a person has never had Gonnorhea? Are there any medications that can be tested in the body to concer its evidence? Should a test exist can some one please provide me with this important information. thank you.J
    georgiagail responded:
    Is there a way to medically prove a person has never had gonorrhea?

    No. How do you prove a negative?

    Are there any medications that can be tested in the body to concur its evidence?

    No. Even if treated at one time, such medication would be long gone out of the body.

    What would be the point of all of this?


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