|whether you answer or not, i will donate.
Sep 10, 2007
Dr. Bob, I had couple of expsoures in the past with prostitutes.
During one incident the condom broke and later i got tested for HIV 1 and HIV 2. Both the tests are negative.
The other exposures i had were open mouth kissing, again with prostitutes, no sex involved.
I have got genital herpes after the exposure. I am left with some skin conditions, i still have them.
All my HIV 1 and HIV 2 tests are negative.
The last exposure i had was three years ago.
Do i need to worry about any rare types or subtypes of HIV.
Please help me out.
Am i missing any other types of HIV other than HIV 1 and HIV 2, that i need to get tested.
I live in the United States and all my exposures are here in the United States in the nude clubs.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Do you need to worry about rare subtypes following your Badda Bing sex-periences? Nope. You can "fuhgeddaboutit," as Tony Soprano would say. I'm assuming when you say your HIV-1 and HIV-2 were negative when you tested "later," that "later" is at least three months after your last potential exposure.
Stay safe and you'll stay well.
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