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Helo this is my test
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I will plan to test at
14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23.24.
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YES, and i strongly suggest you join the OCD community here on medhelp.
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I don't know what is ocd.the goverment told everyone must test at 6month.
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I've also had licking women vagina?is there any risk?
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Your government is reading outdated guidelines.The Hiv window period is 3 months.Oral sex is zero risk and if that is all you did then you never had a risk of Hiv infection.OCD is obsessive thoughts,compulsive acts and irrational thinking.
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You have waaaaaaaaaayyyy over tested already.  You DO NOT need any further testing.  You are conclusively HIV negative.  
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the testing guideline was changed to 3 months in 2004...time your "government" updates their window period.

you are conclusively negative...WITHOUT A DOUBT...you dont have hiv ! ! !
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Who deleted my post?
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