|Get your Ass tested
Sep 26, 2006
First of all i would like to say thank you for your support. Without ever answering the question that i have submitted 6-7 times, i have gotten tired of waiting and was ready for "the answer" My second hiv elisa was taken 11 months after my last exposure. Ever since my 3 month was negative i was scared like so many others to get the 6 month. yes i said 6 month apparently it took me 5 extra months to grow the balls to get the test. Im negative and ready to start my life of safe and carefully choiced partners. i love you Doc. Bob and everything that you stand for. Thank you for all the help and support... Peace
| Response from Dr. Frascino
If you had perused the archives, you probably would have realized that in my opinion your three-month test was definitive and that you didn't even need your six-month (or 11-month) test! If I don't respond to a question, there is usually a reason, such as (1) the answer is already in the archives or (2) the question sucks. In your case #1 applies! But look on the bright side: now you know you are negative (because your 11-month test reconfirmed what you should have known at three months) and you've grown yourself one hell of a set of cojones, which will look outstanding in a tight pair of skinny jeans or in a Speedo.
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