my WW story..negative
Jun 30, 2005
This is my story to be posted. i am from Dubai in the untied arab emirates. ites been exactly one year since i had my brushing/frootage unprotected exp. with no insertion at all. i have tested 14 times elisa (hiv 1 and 2) in 7 laboratories. all negative,i am negative now up to 14 months.
i want to tell everyone i have lost ONE year from my life....365 days thinking about HIV...every day....1000005 depressed...lost my friends...but now i decided to belive my negative tests.
my advice to u guys...get tested and practice SAFE SEX......when i say SAFE SEX i mean with ur husband or wife only......do not go for sex with other partners...wait till u got married and have sex.....i beleive that GOD has given us this illness coz we violating his Rules.....we are committing SINs by having sex outside the marriage relationship.
GOOD LUCK EVERYONE.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Hi Dubya Guy,
I'm delighted that after 1 year, 7 laboratories and 14 negative ELISA tests, you've decided to believe your negative HIV test results.
I can't really endorse that no-sex-till-marriage stuff, especially because I'm not even allowed to get married. I also do not believe the higher powers "have given us this illness because we are violating his rules." That's just balderdash, poppycock and twaddle. (Did I mention I got a new Thesaurus this week?)
Stay well. Stay safe. Have sex safely with whomever you like, and so will the rest of us, OK?
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