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... This is your testing times :) (27 replies)
... Indeed DD is correct, I did misread the post, cheers for the heads up. ... (6 replies)
... Hi everyone, I have been following this forum quite a lot recently as I have had concerns about a recent incident I had with a sex worker. I have chosen this forum over others as there seems to some very sound advice and extensive knowledge on the subject. ... (9 replies)

... Well you risk was quite low in the scheme of things. Its very rare indeed that a male would get HIV from a one time exposure and its also very unlikely she would have HIV in the first place. ... (5 replies)
... After doing this I read on net that oral sex can also be risk for HIV and It made me so worried and I read more and more about symptoms and other details about HIV. ... (10 replies)
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Mar 20, 2014
... sure. Your 9 week test is more or less conclusive, its only the CDC that require a 12 week test but in real terms your negative. ... (39 replies)
... at least that is what happened to me when i got infected. ... (19 replies)
... After you realize that you have acquired HIV from your sexual encounter the first thing comes into mind lets search it on net and find the answer for your worry, questions and tension. ... (10 replies)
... SO overall you would very unlucky to get HIV from this. ... (11 replies)
... I had a protected vaginal sex with someone whose HIV status I was not aware of and the probability of her being infected with HIV is more as she is a sex worker. During intercourse I had unprotected oral sex both ways i.e. ... (8 replies)
Mar 9, 2014
... You have tested at 12 weeks and after, you do NOT need another HIV test, you don't have HIV. You do not need peace of mind, your tests are conclusive. ... (6 replies)
... Would I test again no. 12 weeks is conclusive but your 11 week test is fine, 7 days or so will not make any difference. If you had HIV you would have tested positive by now, infact 8 weeks unless you have a serious health issue, is when 99. ... (14 replies)
... Only a 12 week test is conclusive, so thats when you need to take your final test. A test at 6 weeks would give you a more accurate reading of your status. So a negative at 6 weeks is unlikley to change. ... (27 replies)
Mar 11, 2014
... This has been asked and answered not that long ago from a different user name, so I can offer the same advise you already know. ... (9 replies)
... When is a hiv test really considered conclusive.. As for me I've tested out to almost 8 months with a third gen antibody test which have came back neg. ... (1 replies)
... WEll a faint line is not a positive result. It is possible but so very unlikley indeed. ... (33 replies)
... My question is the HIV window period same throught the world , I mean not all tests used are the same everywhere... ... (4 replies)
... I am an Indian male, 28 years old. I recently had an unprotected vaginal intercourse with my neighbor for about a minute, on 28th Dec. When this happened, I was being treated for Tonsilitis. I used Antibiotics and pain relievers as a part of the treatment. ... (14 replies)
... You never had a risk of HIV. Paranoia and anxiety do not mean you had a risk. ... (2 replies)
... I'm now currently living in Thailand, and I'm worried about a night when I was incredibly drunk and I don't remember what I did for large portions of the night and I was away from my friends for roughly 45 minutes. ... (2 replies)

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