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    I need some confidence please
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    Steve918 posted:
    Hello Gail
    I am single 28 years old male, keep my story short:
    August 2013: Unprotected sex with a girl for less then a minute.January 2014: Oraquick home HIV 1/2 test, I followed instructions, the result is Negative. One line next to the C and no line next to the T.March 2014: Oraquick home HIV 1/2: Negative.April 2014: Oraquick home HIV 1/2: Negative.August 2014: STD Clinic Planned parenthood: Oraquick Advanced HIV1/2: Negative.August 2015: Protected vaginal and oral sex (both with condom).April 2016: Oraquick Home HIV1/2: Negative.April 2016: sexual massage ( no penetration, no intercouse, no oral sex, only massage and handjob).July 2016: same girl with the same sexual massage ( no penetration, no intercouse, no oral sex, only massage and handjob).Monday July 11 2016: STD Clinic Planned parenthood: Oraquick Advanced HIV1/2: Negative.
    I went to my doctor in May for physical examination and complete CBC test and everything came back normal.
    Please I'm going crazy I always have body aches, and every other month I get like small tiny bumps looks like pimples under my skin under my left armpit they don't swell that much when I touch then they are sometimes painful and they bother me and keep nervous and worry about HIV...
    I am not sexually active I never had any sexually high risk activities since my first and last Unprotected sex in 2013. So since 2013 till now I only had those 4 sexual activities until now.
    I wanna stop thinking about HIV and planing to settle down and get married. Can I trust my result and move on. Is it safe to get married. I don't want to harm no one. I know I might sound irrational Since I keep going crazy I already ordered the FDA Home Access Express HIV package and I'm waiting on it. Do you think my result would be different then Oraquick.
    I am really sorryyy if I talked too much, please Gail I need your help and advise.
    Thank you.


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