I HAD MY HIV TEST FEW WEEKS AGO, AND THE RESULT CAME UP NON REACTIVE WHICH I ALSO MADE FEW RESEARCH ONLINE ABOUT NON REACTIVE WHAT MEANT NEGEATIVE. I JUST WANTED TO KNOW WEHTER IT'S STILL ADIVCEABLE TO HAVE MYSELF TEST AGAIN, SOMEHOW I AM LITTLE BIT SCARED, CAN YOU HELP ME OUT DOC?
i slepted with this guy back in may 09 a few times. then in late aug i broke out with hearpes genital as well and very flu sick for almost 2 weeks never been as sick as that in my life. everything went away and i have been scared ever since of it being hiv. its been almost a year since i slept with that guy and its been 8 months since i had the one hearpes and flu like symptoms but i have been experencing alot of tingle feeling within my legs feet arms and hands. i just go some blood work done 2 weeks ago and my doctor called me last week to tell me it came back nonreactive and i need to be tested again in 3 months. what does that mean?
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