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    An_253692 posted:
    My daughter disclosed to me that she was exposed to HIV. She denies that he has been tested for HIV. He also is not high risk. She told me she had ARS 3 days after she was with him. She also has the echoviris and chronic fatigue. I am now suffering with bipolar depression I am so upset I dont feel I can go back to work until she has been tested which is 3 months from now I don't know how to handle this. Please help me.
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    miracle88 responded:
    Hi, hope the situation getting better right now. the information that i read a lot about hiv and how to make the virus not multiplying , you can search about urine therapy. Even though some of hospital or doctor never suggest us to do this. but, you can try to read first.
    georgiagail replied to miracle88's response:
    Urine Therapy (i.e., drinking ones own urine) is a totally useless treatment for HIV.

    Can one drink their own urine? Sure if they can stomach doing so. Will it help cure anything? No. The real risk with HIV is if one stops taking the medications that can prevent the disease from moving into AIDS and instead depend on a useless treatment instead.


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