May 6, 2007
I've just recently tested HIV positive. I immediately contacted the 4 young ladies that I've been involved with since 1996. Through the course of the relationships and with the current diagnosis none of them tested positive. Is it possible that I tested positive as a result of surgery I had last year, where my toncils, uvuela, and adnoids were removed, nasal cannals were widened and soft palate was trimmed and reconstructed?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Unlikely that would have been the cause.
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