I hope the physician explained to you that you should not have unprotected sex with your spouse until he is tested and tests negative for all STDs.
Also, I hope he mentioned when you need to come back for retesting as HIV and HepC antibodies can take some time to develop and thus test positive.
You state that you had testing by vaginal swab.
Was blood testing also done?
Were you advised that some diseases do not appear immediately, and that you will require blood tests, at intervals, for a period of months (or years; my doctor recommends tests for 24 months)?
Were you advised that your husband must also be tested, over a period of months?
Were you told not to engage in unprotected sex until the testing, over time, has been completed---and then, only if you are certain your husband has been faithful in the interim?
I ask, because the doctor who diagnosed my first STD did not do any of these things.
And it could have cost me my life.