|I have been asking ?'s Doctor for over 2 years and no response from you can you please just help me a little bit.
Oct 16, 2010
I am a female who had a high risk exposure to an HIV+ over 2 years ago. I went through all the testing and I have tested HIV-. I went to my doctor recently because I have been dealing with other health issues. He is advising me that I need to test for the next 10 years to make sure I don't become HIV+. I need your assistance based on this website which really helped me when I was in the earlier stages of this to get an understanding. Because I was in a 3 month relationship and had intercourse with this man that I later found out had a down low life style. We did have unprotected sex several times just need an answer? I am trying to live my life but it is a little hard because I don't know if I am going to become HIV+ one day and I don't want to affect anybody else's life with what I have been exposed to.
Thank You in advance!!
Dr. Frascino on your continued support to educate about the disease and bring awareness to people like myself.
| Response from Dr. Frascino
You don't really need my assistance! What you need is a more competent primary care doctor. The one you currently have seems to be suffering from crainio-rectal inversion (having his head up his butt!). The window period is three months (six months for very significant exposures). If you tested HIV-antibody negative outside the window period, you are definitively and conclusively HIV negative. No further HIV tests would be warranted.
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