I made a huge mistake, and had unprotected vaginal sex on 2/9/12. I had negative 3rd generation EIA tests at weeks 2, 4, 8, and 12 (84 days exactly). I keep coming up with all these 'what if?' scenarios.
what if she was HIV+? would my test results be interpreted differently?
should i have waited 90 days, instead of 84?
I've never talked to a doctor. I only went to my local health department to get tested. They said I need to re-test at the 6 month mark. Now, I'm confused. And nervous again.
Hi,To begin with as you must be aware,6 months is outdated.Your test result at 12 weeks is conclusive.I really would stop worrying about this.You have had more than enough testing.It's best to get off these forums,trust me because they will make the anxiety so much worse.You can honestly relax about your results because it means you don't have HIV.
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