hi im here worried after my last exposure was with a csw that had herpes , the sex was protected but when i realised she had herpes i became really concerned about hiv. The exposure took place in feb of 2012 tested negative for hiv on may of 2012 through finger prick but i still went through several body changes and couldnt get hiv out of my mind throughout 2012. So is now march of 2013 and heard about oraquick in home hiv oral swab test and tested 3 times negative with it but i still keep gettin big red pimple like bumps on my neck which i cant pop. So my qustion is how reliable is the oraquick hiv home test , can i trust the negative results it gave me 3 times , or should i go into planed parenthood again please help. My eyes are red, big red pimple like bumps on my neck, please help my last exposure was in feb of 2012
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