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As far as i understood Doc HHH accepts 6-8 weeks negative test results as conclusive for low risk groups.
What do you think; a single 2-3 minutes insertive anal sex with a gay is in high risk group or low risk group?
If you are going to post copyrighted information, make sure you post it all and not pick and choose. Where is the warning about not wearing condoms that is in that lesson? You have been reported to MedHelp and AidsMeds.
Your antics are getting ridiculous. I posted where it came from people are free to go there and read the rest of it. I cannot post links otherwise I would have. Never once have I ever said do not use condoms, ever. Please stop your lying.
You are always saying how great aidsmeds is, and I actually like it, I just don't like you. So it is good for people to know about it and where to go to read more. Again though, because my post does not suit your agenda, you cry foul.
inadepression: Dr.H. would put you in a high risk category. A gay man who has unprotected anal sex is in a high risk category for HIV. Yes, being the top is much less risky than being the bottom, so the odds are in your favor, but I would still recommend a test at 3 months.
Teak: I hope you realize that your "policeman" act looks a little silly. People can say what they want here. Besides, as much as you dislike dumbo, he is still not saying anything that is technically incorrect or against the rules. You are just going to have to learn to accept that people might not share your personal opinions on everything.
How 6/10.000 odds can be under high risk group?
Teak; everyone is taking lessons from their experiences. Sure, everyone in this forum will use condom from now on. However, your answers are discouraging people, at least me. Ok, we understood that although 200+ doctors have never seen even 1 person who is positive after 6-8 weeks, you always insist on 12 weeks test. People in this forum are in a depression. You should pay attention to your writing style which is short and robotic sentences. Thanks
Oh, knock it off. What are you going to do, press legal charges against defendant "dumbo"??? Give me a break. Why don't you notify the FBI while you're at it. Besides, what would happen if dumbo looked up all the copyrighted materials that you've pasted here over the last year without permission?
High or low risk is a relative term. The sexual act by itself is not very high risk, but there is a (relatively) high chance that your partner had HIV. So, overall this is (relatively) a fairly high risk situation. But like I told you, the fact that you only did it once and the "6/10 000" odds clearly mean that the odds are very much in your favor. Which means that you should expect a negative result from your test. I would still recommend a test though.
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