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    Had unprotected sex with woman born with hiv? Test was negative after 6 weeks? Should I still be worried and stressed
    HotR718 posted:
    I had unprotected sex with a girl 4 or 5 times on July 31st. She confessed 4 days later she was born with hiv. I went to the hospital after she told me and they gave me pep.

    I stopped taking the pep on September 9th and went to get a hiv rapid antibody test on September 11th. It was negative. Would the meds I was taking effect my results from being negative or positive? I am really worried and stressed about this and been losing sleep since this happened

    I was taking truvada norvir and reyataz. I had the rapid antibody test where they take blood from your finger. I am really nervous and scared about this. Someone PLEASE HELP
    georgiagail responded:
    The recommended time period for testing is included in this article:


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