|24 HIV test alll negative (CONTINUED)
Aug 17, 2010
DR BOB, I experinced hot sweats, wieght lost and a white tongue after having a condom break during sex DOES THE NEGATIVE TRUMP THESE FACTORS? pLEASE ADVICE
| Response from Dr. Frascino
Yes, 24 negative HIV-antibody tests out 12 months trumps any and all symptoms. Whatever is causing your symptoms, one thing is absolutely certain: it's not HIV. No matter how many times you ask, my assessment won't change.
24 HIV test alll negative Aug 13, 2010
Having taken 24 HIV over a 12 month period your assistance is needed. I experinced hot sweats, wieght lost and a white tongue after having a condom break during sex. I have taken 24 HIV test many of which were well passed the 3 month and 6 month windows. My tongue still has the white coating thus tests has continued. Please advise if antibodies can form late ( after 12 months) and what are your thoughts on PCR test vs antibody tests which i have been taking. Thanks for your help!
Response from Dr. Frascino
You've taken 24 HIV-antibody tests out 12 months from your potential exposure, all of which were negative and you need my assistance??? Hmm. OK. Exactly what part of HIV negative are you having difficulty understanding? HIV is not your problem. No way. No how. No additional HIV tests are warranted (including PCR tests). You've had way too many already.
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