dear joe, i got tested right after she tested positive for chlamydia (std) test, and i came back positive for it also. We took our proscribed antibiotics and hopefully are ok. i was just wondering if hiv could come along with this std because i read it puts u at more risk of catching it. However, if she tested negative for hiv after 8 months, if hiv was present, then wouldn't have came up with the 8 month test being that it's highly more likely to contract it with an std?
If your std panel came back fine then you have nothing to worry about. It's still unclear whether you tested for HIV or not. HIV will not show up on any other test but an HIV test. Get that done, and make sure you guys are in a committed relationship and you will have no worries. Take care.
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