Handjob Negative At 16 Weeks

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is negative test at 4 weeks a gd indication

i had a very serious exposure to hiv (condom malfuction during vaginal sex with someone who tested positive). I couldnt wait 12 weeks (terrified!) so had test at 3 weeks and 5 days. I know its not conclusive but is my negative test a gd indicator...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...Hi,Certainly any negative HIV test can be considered encouraging, but it really isn't an "indicator." For significant HIV exposures, such as yours, it Read more »

real risk,real symptoms,despite 16 weeks negative

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You Are So Awesome!! (NEGATIVE TEST AT 11 WEEKS)

Dr Bob, You are amazing! I feel like I know you. The way you break things down is so cool. I will... Read more »
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