Hi Yall have been having a rough time over the past few months in September of 2012 I met a guy on Craigslist and gave him unprotected oral sex and some rimming no ejaculation occurred other than possible pre *** the next day I started freaking out about hiv I took the oraquick home hiv test at 3 weeks 6 weeks 3 months 4 months and 6 months but am still in a state of panic almos 8 months later because of ongoing ars like symptoms such as swollen groin rashes on My biceps giant urine and small eczema like blotches on My face My rational mind says stop testing its been 6 months but My panic filled mind says I am the 1in12 false negatives with oraquick home test and that I have infected My girlfriend I'm so lost is this all in My head or could I really have that many false negatives?
Sorry if I am over posting but I had a rash break out on My chest and My first thought was hiv would it be possible for an hiv rash to show up this late? Do I need to keep testing sorry just venting My anxiety is the worst when I first wake up and this pimple like rash all over My chest is freaking me out
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