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    An_252218 posted:
    my background is, i have never had sex withou condom
    i always protected, never inyect drugs.
    i just tested in a untrusted laboratory, and i think they used a needle that was previusly used, thats my only problem.

    2 months i have developed a rash in my neck, like 4 inch of it
    it does not have spoil, i though it would be herpes.

    i dont know what to do

    is accurate a 10 week hiv test, method quemioluminicense , type1/2
    it came out negative.....
    georgiagail responded:
    A 10 week test is extremely close to the recommended 12 week testing. These results are quite accurate in terms of your status.

    Testing sites do not reuse needles for testing and a rash on the neck is not a symptom of HIV.

    LOLO24 replied to georgiagail's response:
    thanks gail, i hope everything with me is fine
    i just nervous i think.

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