Of course they started deleting my post because question was too up front and I meant no offense by it but teak must of not read it correctly as I said its just a question. So I'll try you guys since you seem more caring and compassionate to maybe answer. I had unprotected vaginal sex about 7 months back and have negative antibody tests, but still have all hiv symptoms, and am on anxiety meds and seeing a counselor as I've seen you guys do request on this site yet I still have the symptoms. I've read doc HHH post that nobody here has ever seen one case of delayed seroconversion in 7 or 8 or however many years this site has been up. I wanna believe that but how do we when it's apparent on the prevention forum they just say 3 months regardless of anything and then your nuts and full of bs if you just try getting them to say why or ask a question. Plz just give me an answer from your guys knowledge as I would trust your compassionate words more. With the sensitivity of today's antibody tests have you guys heard of seroconversions past like 7 months in you own studies apart from this site that wouldn't post it if it was?? Plz just a question. :(
Disregard this question. I apologize just got upset. You guys do a great job in this section as for I just read someone else's 6 month question on this support group and you guys do a good job. :) sorry again.
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