just to clarify a bit.
i'll appreciate your response rainlover. A lot has to do with anxiety. you see, I had a 'false positive' test six month ago. I have tested every month since in different labs and all tests have come out negative (last test 6 months after risk).
however, i got really paranoied and have not been able to get over it. Anyhow, in the last 3 months, i've been sexually active with my GF and she has been very sick with flu, shingles, and what haveyou. Something unusual for her... My questions to you are :
1) Can i have false negative after 3 months window period even if chances are miniscule?
2) IF hypotethically, i infected my GF... whould she had a weaken inmune system within 4-6 month?
thanks Rainlover. Im posting here because i know you don't reject any posters... I appologize for any inconvenience.
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