I'm a lurker that just read your writing. I thought it was interesting. Though I don't drink, I like writing and researching. If you made it 3 months, chances are you can again. It's just a little setback and you can do it again. If you want some interesting links I found helpful for my research on recovering alcoholics, feel free to pm me. They may be helpful to you.
It's a little over a month since you posted your message and I'm kinda going through the same stress...I just can't wait much longer...I was told by a clinic here that from 14 days after possible infection the PCR is 98% reliable. I will likely go ahead and get tested in June. What is freaking me out mostly is that I just got a bit of a cold and read that the first stage after hiv infection is that people have cold or flu like symptoms that go unnoticed. just writing this is making me nervous.
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