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    help im freaking out
    An_255879 posted:
    I had an hiv test done at 7 weeks unknowen exposure that came out negitive im redoing the test now at 3and half months post same unknown exposure im freaking out about the results. I did two oraquick at home test yesterday both were negitive. Can I still be positive? ?? Help im not doing emotionally well over here
    georgiagail responded:
    It is highly, highly doubtful you are HIV positive.

    Oraquick tests are designed to be fool proof when taken. One really can't mess them up. If you've taken two yesterday and the results were both negative, this third test result will be exactly the same.

    Stop freaking out then. You are HIV negative.

    scarrd replied to georgiagail's response:
    Should I have signs or symptoms by now.
    georgiagail replied to scarrd's response:
    You won't have signs or symptoms of HIV because you are HIV negative.

    scarrd replied to georgiagail's response:
    There is no way I could of screwed up the test. Im about ready to go buy another one
    georgiagail replied to scarrd's response:
    Note to self; buy stock in HIV test kits!

    Honestly, you can test from now until the store runs out of kits but really, the results will be no different.

    Ironically you should be celebrating the good news you are HIV negative instead of spending yet more money on test kits.


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