|Second time plezz help very worried
Oct 10, 2013
Hi doc I'm getting really worried as I asked earlier I had protected sex and 69 with sex worker the cunnilingus only lasted for a very short time and I saw her wash herself before we started. 2 days later I started to get a sore throat and a bit of a chesty cough I had been smoking prob twice as much as usual though at 6 days noticed a split in the corner of my mouth but this seems to be healing and was only very small not bleeding or weeping and at about 8 days my elbow started to be sore but I do have an old injury there not sure If its all coincidental or I should be concerned I'm stressing myself out I had a test done 7 days later which was negative and have had another test done at 13 days and waiting the results if I have hiv symptoms will this test show positive I'm stressing hard please let me know if I should be worried or if it is more in my head thanks
| Response from Mr. Cordova
This was a low-risk situation. I do not think you should be concerned. If you need to test for peace of mind then you can test at 28 and 90 days. A 28 day test will give you a good idea of what your 90 day test result will be. A 90 day test result is considered conclusive.
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