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please doc need info
Dec 1, 2006

i had unprotected sex with co-worker who donates blood alot, It was unprotected anal, and vaginal,and had a little blood, do, i got tested at 4 1/2 months and it came back negative but how accurate are theese test, at four months and do i need to get retested at 6 months.THE LADDIE GAVE BLOOD IN SEPTEMBER AND HER BLOOD WAS FINE. PLEASE ANSWER IM GOING NUTS. THANK YOU , FROM STUPID OKIE

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello Okie,

Unprotected sex does place you at risk for STDs, including HIV. Luckily you did not contract the virus! Your partner is presumably HIV negative (if she is being honest about her blood donations) and, most importantly, your 4.5-month HIV test is negative. This is considered to be a definitive result. Consequently HIV is not your problem. No way. No how.

Being a redneck or living in one of the square red states in the center of the country does not mean you should not be well versed in HIV prevention. Today (Dec 1) is World AIDS Day. I strongly suggest you spend some time today perusing the wealth of information on this site and at related links, paying particular attention to HIV transmission and safer sexual techniques. It could one day save your life.

Dr. Bob



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