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Jan 10, 2012

Dear doctor I had an possible exposure on 2007 with sex worker , while having sex my condom got break that time i wasn't worried about hiv. now almost 3 years after my exposure i did my hiv test in lab & the result came out negative. so should i test once again for conformation my negative result ? please dock help me out :(

Response from Dr. Wohl

No way. Three years later your test would be positive. You are not HIV+. DW



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