Aug 10, 2005
Dear Bob, I just tested negative and boy am I relieved. Woohoo. I had an oral sex exposure.
The three month window period was horrid as I went about checking every aspect of my body functions so closely that there was no doubt in my mind that I had contracted the virus.
I felt that I was getting rash and diarrhea and night sweats. It could all be a figment of my imagination.
Your forum has been a great support especially you. I will help in whatever way I can in spreading awareness and helping the cause.
I have learnt my lesson well and I am going to be very very safe.
To the guys who have been in an "oral" situation, you are 99.99% safe. Listen to Dr. Bob and dont go through all the tension.
Just a question though, do i need to get a test after 6 months?
regards and sincere wishes,
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hello Good Student,
Yep, it was all just a fig Newton of your overactive imagination!
Do you need a six-month test? The decision to test or not is always up to the individual. Personally I do not feel it is necessary for your particular situation.
WOO-HOO! Stay well.
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