|can i WOOHOO in greek?
Mar 25, 2006
hi doc 5th time i mail to you so plz give me an answer.I AM DESPERATE!!!! I've done 5 tests(probably rapid blood tests) at 1 month,2months,3months,4months,4 and a half months from the day of possible exposure and all of them came back negative.I want to go on with my life but something stops me.Can i rely on these tests?plz doc tell me YES!!!I need it so much!! You are doing an excellent job there.I intend to donate to your foundation, congratulations and keep going doc!!
an unhappy man from greece who wants to be happy!!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
The answer to your question was waiting for you in the archives. Just have a look!
You don't mention anything about your potential HIV exposure, but baring any bizarre extenuating circumstances, I would consider your repeatedly negative HIV tests out to 4.5 months to be definitive and conclusive. Can you rely on these tests? Yes, absolutely. Can you WOO-HOO in Greek? Absofrickinlutely! I'm not exactly sure how to do that, but I would guess it involves bouzouki music, dancing and lots of ouzo!
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