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I had a boyfriend for about 6 months and we had unprotected intercourse all the time. I trusted him and he promised me that he was clean. I had also known him for a few years before we were together...
I know he had several sexual encounters before being with me, so now we are separated I started to worry about hiv...
My last exposure with him was on 11 october 2012. Afterwards I got tested after 3 months (104days) on the 23rd of january. The result was hiv negative. Afterwards in march I got a throath infection and vaginal yeast infection. My troath infection was cured with antibiotics but the yeast infection took a while to get rid of. So I took another hiv test after six months post exposure on the 22nd of april 2013 (almost 28 weeks after last exposure). Also negative. I got tested several times for chlamydia and gonnorhea (Gonorrhea) also negative.
Now I start having a fungal infection on my skin and I read this is a common hiv sign? So Im starting to worry again... Should I get tested again? If so, when? Or were my tests conclusive?
I hope someone can help me answering this question,
Yep I did so many times, but nothing is found... So I m going to try to relax now. The weird thing is my dr said 6months is conclusive... I guess he s not really up to date with hiv or not an expert ... I dont know. But i will trust on my tests.
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