|My testing result
Dec 11, 2012
9 weeks after post-exposure, I take the HIV ag/ab combination test and the result show NEG S/CO=0.16. So can you please advise that this result is reliable and do i need to take another tests?
My risk are deep kiss, unprotected frottage and oral sex and protected vaginal penetrated sex with H+ partner?
Thanks so much for your cosulting
| Response from Mr. Cordova
To start, I do not think the incident was high-risk. Frottage, deep kissing, and oral sex are not high-risk activities. Using a condom protected you against the virus while engaged in penetrative sex.
Your test results are reliable, but not conclusive. If you want a conclusive result then I would suggest an antibody test at the 90 day mark. I am confident the result will be negative.
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