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hiv Insti 60 seconds rapid test
Dec 14, 2010

Ciao Dottore, sono Italiano e non parlo benissimo inglese.complimenti per il tuo servizio davvero eccezzionale. I was in London and decided to take a test. I went to this private clinic and I take a Rapid test called INSTI rapid HIV test with result ready in 60 seconds. The doctor took a bit of blood from my finger and put in a plastic thing, came out One dot and he said it was NEGATIVE. I took this test 15 weeks after having masturbated with a girl (vaginal secretion on my urethra from her hands). Do you think I should consider this test conclusive and move on, I did not have sex with my wife since then. I have told her what I did. Should I take an Elisa test as well to confirm my Negativity?

Grazie e ti auguro un buon Natale

Response from Dr. Frascino

Ciao paesano,

Se non parli benissimo inglese, pio parla italiano. Dopo tutto, il mio nome è Frascino. Quanto alla tua domanda, quest'analisi rapido chiamato INSTI è stato approvato il primo dicembre, il Giorno Mondiale de Lotta contro il VIH/SIDA, dall'Agenzia per gli Alimenti e i Medicinali (abbreviata in FDA). Il tuo risultato negativo è definitivo e conclusivo. Tu sei VIH negativo. Congratulazioni. Analisi addizionale non sono giustificati.

Buona fortuna. Ti auguro un buon Natale e anno nuovo.

Dr. Bob



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