|FROM LATIN AMERICA
Apr 8, 2006
Hello Dr Bob, first of all congratulations for your work. Here in Latin America its hard to find people like you. With my basic english I will try to tell you my storie: (1)Between june 2004 and january 2005 Ive had unprotected sexual relations with my regular girlfriend but I also had several unprotected sexual relations with another lady. (2)Until january 2005 I stopped relations with the other girl and I continue having sex with my girlfriend. (3)March 2005 ELISA test negative. May 2005 ELISA test negative. (4)Because of my guilty I get another ELISA test in march 2006 the result NEGATIVE. Can i get a WOOHOO ? Thanks, Woohoo needed.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Hi Latin American Guy,
Every episode of unprotected sex (regular girlfriend and/or "other ladies") places you at some degree of risk for STDs, including HIV. If you are wondering if you contracted HIV from your "unprotected sexual relations with another lady," the answer would be no. Your repeatedly negative HIV tests out to 14 months after the last potential exposure to this woman are definitive, conclusive and WOO-HOOable!
Stay safe. Stay well.
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