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      06/30/02 11:31 AM

I had a sexual encounter with someone in the Marines a while back. He tells me that he has been tested for HIV, at the latest last month. My question is - do Marines know when they are getting tested, and what is the frequency of testing. If he got tested last month, and I also know that he got tested in early February (before anything happened between us), I suppose that means testing every three months. He says that his results are negative, which I pray is right, because if not, then I have put someone else at risk as a result of being with him. I have also been tested at three months (well a few days before - three- that's why I am worried) and my results were negative as well. I don't know exactly what answer I want, just some comments on the situation would help. I just hope that he is telling me the truth (he has no real reason to lie to me - we are not dating any longer, I don't know any of his friends or employers to tell, and he knows that I have been scared about this). I'd appreciate any help. Thank you.



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