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    Hiv Home Test Kits
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    roccha posted:
    1 month ago i got sex vagina with woman that i dont know her status, stupied thing that i did is execute her without condom, and since a week i allways feel tired and sometimes got fever.

    im worry about my self and want to do a test but hiv home test i think, i found this site <a href="www.hivtestusa.com">www.hivtestusa.com</a> that provide hiv home test kits.

    can someone give me advice about those products before i decide to use it
    thanks
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    georgiagail responded:
    The OraQuick HIV test is an FDA approved home testing kit for HIV. The attached lists other places where you can purchase this kit, some of which are less expensive than ordering it online (and, if you have these pharmacies where you live, there would not be any shipping charges).

    Again, this is now an over the counter product so you can walk in and purchase it easily.

    http://www.oraquick.com/where-to-buy

    The recommended time period for testing is 3 months (although many cannot wait that long and will test at 1 month and repeat at 3 months).


    Gail


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