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Jul 1, 2008
Okay again here I go my exposure was sex with an escort condom slipped off tested 84 days out all test negative can I move on? I have an intestinal infection that has been going on since March thats why I am so worried your advice would ease this Bullshit I am going thru. Am I good to go? Can I forget about HIV? Being I did test out to 84 days. And yes when you answer I will make that donation and I will send you proof. Thanks your the best
Response from Dr. Frascino
A negative FDA-approved HIV test at the three-month mark (yes, 84 days) is considered to be definitive and conclusive. HIV is not your problem. No way. No how. Whatever is causing your "intestinal infection," one thing is certain: It's not HIV, OK? I'd suggest you see your general medicine doctor to evaluate your intestinal complaints.
WOO-HOO! You dodged the HIV bullet, OK?
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Be well. Stay well. WOO-HOO!
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