|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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