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more uninfected partners
Mar 5, 2008

doc, starting from 2001 till 2008 i married to 12 girls (each time getting marry i divorced 1st ) and i know their health status their are negative , and i had unproctected sex with them all the time , and recently november i had big time with 1 more girl who hiv negative also , then after 2 months later i did rapid test -ve and the girl just recently(25 feb 2008) did elisa test its also -ve , so in this case will i been infected with HIV.

pls advice

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello,

If indeed you have only had sex with HIV-negative partners and you have a recent HIV-negative ELISA test, you are definitively and conclusively HIV negative.

Now that that's settled, I must say I was impressed by your 12 marriages between 2001 and 2008. I guess you either take that abstinence-only-until-marriage nonsense literally or perhaps you are mistaking marriage for what I would call, uh, dating!?!?!! In my humble opinion, I really don't think you need to marry every person you sleep with. If you continue at your current rate, you'll soon be able to get a volume discount on engagement and wedding rings and perhaps even make it into the Guinness Book of World Records.

Dr. Bob



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