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hiv duo test results after two months
Sep 12, 2012

Hello, on July i had an intercourse with two escorts at the same time (the expensive ones at a 5star hotel). We did some kissing (not french), i touched their vaginal fluid for a moment (not fingering), I received unprotected oral from both and then had protected vaginal sex with both. The girls didn't seem to have any mouth ulcer and i didn't have any penis sore (but i think my finger had a non-bleeding cut). Two months later (62 days) i took a last technology DUO test, which came back negative. Do you think the result is definitive, or should i retest at three months? Thanks.

Response from Mr. Cordova

Hi there:

I do not think you need to retest. Receptive oral sex is a low-risk activity, and using a condom during both acts of vaginal intercourse protected you from HIV.

Bottom line: It sounds like you had a good time, and you protected yourself too. I would only suggest testing at the three month mark if you need to for your own peace of mind. Otherwise, I think you are good to go and can wait until your next scheduled round of STD screenings.

In health,

Richard



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