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Pls. confirm 2 months
Jan 5, 2007

Hey Dr. First of all thanks a lot for havinf all this information available for us. This really help us a lot. My quiestion will be I had a situation with a lap dancer, she was wearing underwear and she was rubbing and gridding her vagina with my underwear cover penis. This was for about 15 minutes until I came. I did an ELISA test on the 64 day after this encounter and it was negative. My quiestion is. Can I considered my self conclusive about being negative of HIV.

Thanks a lot and pls. tell me how to do a donation from Mexico.

Thanks a lot. Regards.

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello,

Yes, but perhaps not for the reason you think! The lap dance would not be considered a risk for HIV transmission. Your ELISA test was negative, so you are HIV negative. Please note if you had had a significant HIV risk; for instance, unprotected sex with the lap dancer; then your 64-day negative ELISA would not have been considered conclusive, because antibody tests taken prior to the three-month mark are not considered to be definitive.

Thanks for your donation (www.concertedeffort.org).

Be well.

Dr. Bob



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