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    Going Crazy! I Always Think I have HIV Wen I know Im negative Some One Help Me !
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    Neneh posted:
    Hi,My name is Giovanni I Had sex with some guy. And He had toldd that he was negative this was may of this year but I didn't believe I kept going crazy felt like I always had something I never got the sythomps . So I waited 5 months and it came back negative so should I believe it and he had told me that he was negative tooo someone help me!!!!!!!
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    georgiagail responded:
    Yes, you should believe this test result. An HIV screening test done at least 3 months past a possible exposure is considered to be both conclusive and definitive in terms of accuracy.

    This means this event did not leave you infected and that you are HIV negative.

    Gail


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