Aug 1, 2008
Dr Bob- I recently had met another guy and against my better judgment fooled around with him. We kissed and he engaged in oral sex with me and I with him for only a few moments. Neither one of us ejaculated during our oral session. Being paranoid, and regretting the poor decision, I have been very concerned that I contracted HIV. I completed the home tests by using the The Home Access HIV-1 Test System at weeks 5 and then again week 12. Both negative. Should I feel confident that I did not contract HIV or should I take another test? Appreciate your guidance.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Your negative Home Access tests out to 12 weeks are definitive and conclusive. HIV is not your problem. No way. No how. Should you take another test? No, instead you should scream WOO-HOO like a banshee in heat.
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