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i had an unprotected vaginal act going on six months now. I tested at 8, 12, and 14 weeks negative. My question now is can i donate blood and have nothing to worry about? I know they say to not donate if you might have had a risky sexual experience but i tested 3 times out to a little over 3 months and everything was negative on a UNIGOLD RAPID HIV TEST. Just wanted to hear what everyone else had to say or thought about this? Btw i have donated in the past and just recently american red cross called me and was wondering if i was interested in donating again. Anyways I would like to hear what everyone has to say. Thanks.
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