Feb 1, 2002
I was sexually active since i'm 17. Although I'm married with 3 kids now, I was still worried about possible long-term infections. I've done the test and it was NEGATIVE! My question is: Am I really safe from HIV. I am my husband's first sex partner. Please help!
Response from Mr. Kull
If you were tested at least three months after your last possible exposure and your current partner is not infected, then your negative test result means that you are not infected with HIV.
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