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In a 11 week time frame i had unprotected sex with the same guy 4 times i foumd out he was a liar n a cheater n i immediatley stopped seeing him the anxiety of getting an hiv test was killing me i held off as long as i could 7 weeks after our last exposure i got a hiv test oraquick advanced oral swab i kno it takes 3 months but how confident should i feel after negative results at this time...thank u and ill appreciate any advice u can give me god bless.
Thank you soo much for your advice but i never do that n never will again im am celibate n will continue to be...im goin to take drastic measures when i do decide to have sex again...lord knows ive learned my lesson n never want to expierence anything like this ever again thanks
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