sorry for my bad English...One more question. If he eat the anti-cancer drugs within 24 hours and has a unprotected sex with me, does his drugs affect my hiv test result? My test did after 82 days, and it is non reactive. Please answer my quesiton, i am so scared and worried. Here are two question:
1.Do anti cancer drugs delay hiv window period and test?
2. I am not eating anti cancer drugs at all. Even though the guy eats, does his semen which may contain the toxic of drugs affect my window or test result.??
I have read some of your posts. You seem very knowledgeable about HIV. Could you take a look @ my posts and tell me what you think. Also, just recently, I have developed burning tongue, which has mostly gone away, but my tongue also has a slight white coat to it. I was on doxycycline 100mg 2 weeks ago, but I have been seriously stressed/anxious. Could you please provide some feedback, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks, in advance. May God bless you for helping others.
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