After torn condom during sex, three tests from 3-7 months "PLEASE REPLY SIR I BEG"
Feb 12, 2012
Res.Sir/Mam, I had french kissing with 3 boys...Me too a boy...I know confirmly that 3 all are hiv negative..
Else is main question that as follows I had sex with a prostitute..My condom was tore i thought..so i tested elisa test at 3,4 n nw 7 months n i turned negative...Nw recent elisa test done at 7 months n report is negative.still i m worried alot...i have symptoms like thrush in mouth,dry mouth,fever below 100 degree F,fatigu was there not nw,cold cough dy cough...so that as thrush n all is there m too worried...plz tell as ther are symptoms n what percentage u can guarantee that as elisa is negatice at 7 months i m negative..m too scared n worried sir n unable to study..plz rply...Thanking you for u r suppport n all....n does tablets i had taken for mild fever,cold cough n fatigue cause test negative at 7 months..thanx alot sir/mam...
Response from Mr. Glenn
Thank you for your question,
Your tests have confirmed that you do not have HIV. Also, there was no risk from the french kissing.
I'm sorry to hear that you're feeling so unwell though. Please consider that this could be related to the level of stress you have over HIV! It sounds like you've been worrying over this for a long time. I can tell because you say you're too worried and scared to study. You got a HIV test at 3 months which was enough, but then you got another at 4 and then another at 7 months! There's no more need to get tested!
Hope this helps!
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