The Function Of A Complete Blood Test?
Doctor, I have had a complete blood check but the results are good, there are no problems. But have I been said to be safe from sexual diseases
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. A complete blood test is a blood test that measures all the components of blood in the body, namely red blood, white blood and pieces of blood. And from each component of the blood it will be more detailed again, such as how much red blood is there, its size, volume, then the white blood is divided into various parts such as basophils, eosinophils, lymphocytes, monocytes and so forth, and likewise with the chip blood. That is why it is called a complete blood test, because all blood components are measured.
But even though it's called a complete blood test, it's not complete until all tests that use blood can be known. For example HIV tests, liver function tests, kidney function tests, cholesterol tests, TORCH tests, HBsAg and many more. To find out these tests, the examination will be specifically requested by a doctor. The blood drawn may be the same, but the tests are different.
So regarding your question, just knowing the results of a complete blood test isn't enough for you to be able to find out if you are safe from sexual diseases. Not to mention the fact that not all methods of diagnosing sexual diseases use blood media, there are also those that use sperm and vaginal fluids.
Therefore, if you feel that you are taking an action that is susceptible to contracting a sexual disease, it is better for you to consult your problem with a dermatologist and genitals. Your doctor will dig deeper into your history to find out what disease trends you have and what tests are more appropriate for you. So, hopefully answering your question.