|Sad man . Can i say woo hoo dr bob ?
Aug 29, 2007
Hello dr. Bob . First sorry for my bad english . Second you are such a good person, you are doing such a great job and helping peoples . I have had read this forum for a year.You did not answer my posted questions but you help me so much . In future i will donate .You change my life . You are tecaching me not about hiv but many others things. I know you are very busy person but if possible please answer my questions . Before a year i had sex with sex worker . It was my first time.I was drunked to much . I had unprotected vagianl sex with her. After 2 month explorer i had all ARS symptomes which in medical books. Still i have swollen lymph nodes (in neck , in groin , submanibular )they are hard ,non penic , moveble . I also have problem with memory,weight loos , itch , depression . I can not go to doctor bcz i am here on student vissa . If they will find me hiv + . They will deport me from here . I had ag/at murex test at 3 , 5 , 6 , 9, 12 monthes all are nagetive . 1.Am i case of late seroconvesion ? 2. Do i need more hiv antibody test ? 3. Do i need pcr DNA test ? 4. What should i do ? 5 . Can i do woo hoo for that i am 100% hiv negative ? God bless you . Take care your self .
| Response from Dr. Frascino
1. No, definitely not.
2. No, you've had way too many already.
4. Stop worrying and start WOO-HOOing.
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