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Today I came up with a personal doubt; I was near a fire and I breathed the smoke from it, I felt not so fine with all that smoke coming in to my lungs.
Tomorrow I have a test for HIV, can the smoke I got into my lungs cause changes in my blood, so consequently, a false positive can be expected?

What other recommendations you give me?

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NO.  That will not affect your HIV test.  Sounds like you are letting your anxiety get the best of you.  
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Dont worry. As nurs told u it will not affect your results
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Another question.. I am really worried about mosquitoes.. are they a risk?
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NO.

Seek some help for your HIV related phobias.
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