|mr. cordova, hoping you see this.
Feb 29, 2012
hello mr. cordova, I asked you several times I'm going through the situation which it has me very down
I want to say today that I went today to a lab and I got tested for HIV, tomorrow in the morning I will have answer, this was 4 weeks after the incident, which worries me a lot because the vaginal secretion touched my wound in my lips, like two times you reply tome that i dont need hiv test but you know i trust you, and i just want protect my beloved wife who is living in the state we have a year married but never get together because the distance and we doing our best to fix everything , papel imigration.
and just one day i have been with other, not for love, but for the kind of animal i am, im so sorry and dissapointed of myself.
you mr. cordova is a man who has given me good support, and unlike others tell me that even if there is a high risk of contracting the disease. I will keep you informed of what happens to me mr cordova.
what do you think is going to be the lab resurt of the 4 week exposure.
thank you god bless you
| Response from Mr. Cordova
As I have said many times - HIV does not live well outside of the body. If it did, there would be many more cases of HIV out there. I am confident your test result will be negative. Try not to be too hard on yourself. We all make mistakes. All we can do is learn from them and move on. Good luck.
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