I am a 22 year old female who had sex for the very 1st time in November of last year. It was unprotected and after this incident I went to the dr. Had a complete std panel a week after exposure. Everything was negative after my initial test I repeated testing at 6 10 and 12 weeks all were Ora quick mouth and neg. in June of this year I went to the dr. And had a blood elisa test done which came back positive twice I then had a western blot (negative) and a pcr (negative) upon getting these results I took the person who I had sex with for an Ora quick mouth swab which I watched him take his results were negative. The dr. Who told me I was positive is telling me his negative result means nothing and that she is sure I have hiv. I have had no exposures after nov. every other encounter was protected and my last sexual encounter was dec. everything that i have read tells me that at 6-7 mths post exposure a neg wb is definite and if this was a new infection like the dr said she believes it is i would have a high viral load. i would like your input if I am wrong for messaging you I do apologize but this is all new to me. Also I had bumps under my arm and my current bf has now gotten them we always use condoms please help?
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