I had a encounter with a CSW in first week of July ie 6th july to be exact. I tested with ORaquick at 1 week, 3 weeks and then 8 weeks , All negative. After 3 months of exposure I tested again with Oraquick Advance it was negative also. Am i being paranoid or DO i need a blood test to confirm the results of the Oral Swab.
can a unknown cancer affect my results of hiv Negative , I also did a full 10 panel std test (Lab Corp) which came out negative. I am a smoker and have a bump in the mouth which when looked at by dentist did not think it was cancerous. Will this test be accurate ie the HIV One .
Just getting paranoid.
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