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The symptoms of reinfection are vague and at times go unnoticed. It is unlikely for the infection to cause symptoms within 24 hours. In case repeat testing for a reinfection is done after 3 months of a primary treated one. Symptoms of pain in lower abdomen, discomfort in the belly, abnormal discharge from genitals, rashes, burning while urinating could all indicate are infection but they appear at least 7 days later after a trigger factor which is most commonly a sexual exposure to an infected partner or incompletely treated person.
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