Testing options for chronic dysuria

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When trying to determine the cause of chronic dysuria, I would test for herpes simplex virus 1 and 2 as well. If a patient has had a potential exposure but tests negative, retesting in four to six weeks is recommended.—KATE GREGORY, MSN, FNP, Portland, Ore. (138-10)

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