102 days HIV negative...Need help
Apr 25, 2011
I want to thank you a lot for your wonderful service to the community.
I have read a lot from your writing and I want to thank you for this. I also want to make my contribution. Please let me know how is it possible using Paypal.
I have following question:
1.I kissed a sex worker. I kissed her lips, but no deep kissing. Also, I licked her boobs. I do not remember any secretion from her boobs. She was very young to have a baby. Later,she gave me a hand job with condom on penis. We ate togather in a single plate. What is the risk from such encounter? 2. I underwent a surgery(small intestines messed up) around 24 years ago. I am living a normal life afterwards. I might have given some immune supperants at that time. Since the development of my consiousness, I have taken no drug in particular. Can my 24 years old surgery delay the seroconversion? 3. I am getting myself regulary tested after the incidence and last Combo HIV + P24 test was negative after 102 days. Am I whoo-hooo-able? Also, Do I need further testing?
I will always remain thanful to you for you reply. Kindly help me and give me oppotunity to help poeple by making my contribution.
Response from Dr. Frascino
1. Completely nonexistent.
2. No, absolutely not.
3. Yes, absofrickenlutely! WOO-HOO! No further HIV testing is warranted.
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