Sep 15, 2000
I received oral sex from a woman who tested HIV negative at the end of spring. I was so scared that it did not last long and I did not see in sores around or in her mouth. I am so paranoid that I received HIV. I went and got a HIV antibody test after 6 weeks and it showed HIV was not in my blood stream yet. How reliable is a 6 week test? By the way, I did not perform any sexual intercourse with her either. This was a one time deal and I have not been with her again.
| Response from Mr. Kull
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