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HIV test 9 months after the exposure!
Jan 27, 2000

If a negative result done after 8 months and nine months of the last exposure be confirmed as a confirmed negative.(ELISA on both occasions)

But I still have a cough that has been there for over a month.

The friend I slept with is not a HIV patient as far as I know. But she goes down with flus and allergies and she is on antihistamines. (just curious)

Response from Dr. Feinberg

It doesn't sound like your problem has anything to do with HIV. You should have your cough checked out by a doctor-- many problems can cause chronic cough.


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