Delayed Seroconversion? Trying to ask again.
Dec 10, 2009
Hello Dr. Bob, I wanted to try to ask this question of you again. I had negative blood HIV tests at 27, 62, and 87 days. I was the insertive partner in unprotected anal sex. You said at the time that it would be considered conclusive unless there was extenuating circumstances. I tried to move on with my life, but anxiety got the best of me. I had a negative Antigen Sandwich test done at 155 days. I have no immune problems as far as I know. Can i consider this conclusive? Can I woo-hoo as you like to say? Please I would like to get your opinion on this. Thank you, Mike
Response from Dr. Frascino
I have one word for you: WOO-de-frickin-HOO!!! Hmm. Actually, I wonder if that counts as two or perhaps three words? Oh well, whatever. Congrats!
Be well. Happy, Healthy Holidays.
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