|trying to rule out hiv by sexual partners
Jan 14, 1999
ive been with two women that i figure were a good risk. one in 1995 was a one night stand that i regret so very much and another was a realationship that lasted from 1993 until jan. of 1997....this is the one im most concerned with...i was tested in june of 1997 which i calculated to be about 20 weeks from our last sexual contact and tested negative.i have had a number of health problems but cant say if they are related to hiv or not. can i feel safe about these two accounts doctor or am i still at risk?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
The 6/97 test rules out HIV infection from the 1995 and 93-97 relationships. MH
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