soo scared, had to repost. I got checked on April 9th. Had the exposure on january 16th. Going to get checked tommorow. april 25th The person couldve been HIV positive. It was around 11-12 weeks when i last(april 9th) tested, it came back negative. I have bad dry coughs, im soo scared, could I have gotten it this late?
I have GERD problems, but i never had dry coughs before this. I do regurgitate or vomit my food, so not sure... .pleaase help mme
IF THIS WOMAN WAS HIV POSITIVE, WOULD I HAVE GOTTEN IT BY NOW?
Like say it was 100% sure that she was HIV+
It not quiet clear from the post whether you had a test 12 weeks post exposure or it has been 12 weeks from your last test, if the former, you have nothing to worry about my friend, move on, you are negative.
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