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Can I have a son? $ 80 donation
May 6, 2009

Hello DR. I have had unprotected vaginal relationship fourteen weeks ago. I try to have a child with my partner and I have the following tests: At six weeks rapid test to determine HIV 1 / 2 of Inverness Medical NEGATIVE. At six weeks NEGATIVE p24 antigen test. At six weeks test for syphilis for DETERMINE (Inverness Medical) NEGATIVE. At six weeks of testing Hepatitis B (Australia antigen), NEGATIVE. At seven weeks of trial for Gonorrhea BIOSTAR (Inverness Medical) with NEGATIVE At seven weeks by Clearview Chlamydia test (Inverness Medical) with NEGATIVE At twelve weeks test antigen Gorrea in the throat Gonorrhea CASSETTE ONE STEP TEST NEGATIVE. At twelve weeks of testing for Chlamydia in the throat Clearview (Inverness Medical), with NEGATIVE results. At twelve weeks of rapid test HIV 1 / 2 for DETERMINE (Inverness Medical) with NEGATIVE results. In the fourteen weeks of rapid test HIV 1 / 2 TBD (Inverness Medical) with NEGATIVE results.

Should I do more tests?. Or you can remove the protection and try to take my son?.

Thank you very much.

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

I would consider your multiple negative STD and HIV tests out to 14 weeks conclusive. Let the baby making begin!

Good luck.

Dr. Bob



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