|please post it mr.nelson,just a message
Apr 28, 2004
i tested negative 90 days post exposure,protected sex was my exposure,i guess the peice of latex saved my life,it did bother me for 90 days,but a negative test at 90 days just erased the worry.but in these 90 days i saw life from a different perspective it gave me thoughts of being positive i found a hospice in india,medications,but at this point its of no usei also learnt what a person living with hiv goes thru,HATS OFF GUYS/GALS WHO ARE POSITIVE AND KEEP FIGHTING THE VIRUS,DONT LET THE SPIRITS COME DOWN, DONT FEEL YOU ARE ALONE ,you are in a extraordinary league.
do guys/gals keep and use condoms always,no exceptions.it does save alot of worry.
Another thing just go out and test at 3 months and kick the damm thing out of the mind,procastinating doesnt help,just go ahead and test!!
love steve,from india.
ps: i have decided to be hiv/aids activist and help people.
| Response from Mr. Vergel
Thanks for sharing. It must a horrible thing having to worry so much about an HIV test. Not worth the risks of latex free sex. Three to six months is a good time to wait from exposure.
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