|Mate, i need help!!
Jun 19, 2004
DR i had an exposure,where i recevied oral sex andh had protected vaginal intercourse.I tested NEGATIVE at 90 days and 6 months after the exposure,can i stop testing?? or should i do it once more??
lots of love and regards.
god bless you.
mr a from india in distress!!
| Response from Dr. McGovern
I am not certain what you were tested for. However, whether your test was for hepatitis B, C, or HIV, 6 months of testing is adequate.
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