Possible to infect partner if I remain negative?
Mar 7, 2013
I had unprotected sex with someone over a year ago. I tested negative three months later, and still test negative today. My partner has recently become ill. All symptoms seem to be that of early HIV infection. Is it possible that I could have infected him even though several tests have come back negative? I also had him take a test three months after the episode, and he tested negative as well. Please help, I'm going out of my mind with worry.
Response from Mr. Cordova
If you are negative then you cannot give someone HIV.
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