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Can rabeprazole medicine affect HIV test result.
Acid production in my body is very high so I'm taking this medicine for a long time.
I had 10 weeks HIV -ve test. I'm afraid of false negative due to intake of this medicine.
Please advise. I'm realy scared
What happened was.
I wore a condom, after insertion she gave blowjob over condom followed by insertion.
Later She gave blowjob without a condom.
I'm worried when she gave blowjob without condom later, if she is HIV then can HIV from condom to mouth and then from mouth transmit to me when she gave oral without condom.
Can hiv from vaginal fluid stays in mouth.
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