I am a 20 year old guy with problems of obesity, that during exposure of
risk was taking treatment for Brucella (Doxycycline and Rifampicin), who regularly attends therapy and magnets
I was operated of the tonsils 4 months ago and has had symptoms like fever, headaches, colds, cough, muscle aches, neck glands, dizziness, etc. after the relationship with a male sex worker
Previously I had also "risk situations"
Which completely discard negative since I have 180 days approximately.
My last "risk situations" were the days:
NOVEMBER 9 (ORAL SEX TO SEX WORKER)
DECEMBER 7 (HANDJOB TO THE SAME SEXWORKER WITH EYACULATION THAT FELL ON MY ARM WITH SCRATCHES)
I have the following test to days:
20, 30, 37, 44, 52, 58, 72, 75, 88 days after the first relationship.
and 1, 9, 15, 23, 29, 43, 59 days after the second.
ANTIBODIES Anti-HUMAN Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 AND 2 AND ANTIGEN OF HIV-1 p24
i asked dr HHH for almost the same question for positive ANA, he answered as follow:
"Your positive ANA test, vitamin D test result, tonsillectomy, medications, or other health conditions are irrelevant. There are NO medical conditions known to change the reliability of HIV test results."
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