hye all member here, just want to ask quick question, i had protected vaginal intercouse with SW, yeah i used condom, i finished with in less than a minute this my first and last encounter, feel very regret about it..
this is my test
2 week and 4 week rapid hiv test negative
6 week and 10 week ELISA blood test negative
do i need futher testing ? are my test is conclusive?
i call online help and then ask if i have risk,, she said i need to test until 6 month (i cant accept this) ??? than i simply ask she if she know that 6 month already expired 2004 based on cdc guidlines. she tell me that we dont know if the condom have small holes..(cant accept this to)
guys just to double confirm with u guys.. am i hiv free? are my 10 weeks result will change in 12 weeks? please i have wife and kids.. this encounter ruin my life..
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