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how many long it takes - ( years ) gets to manifest the AIDS( not the HIV)?
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Thank you for your answers and apologize that became a burden simply as I said I have stupid minds and imagination was induced to challenge the test
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Next to understand and generally in 5 months does not show the aids correctly ;
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Today, HIV should not progress to AIDS with treatment.  You have neither so it does not concern you.
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They say there is a very small risk and of course the mind doing strange thoughts about this and I asked for time to manifest itself as AIDS
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Not a risk.
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ORAL sex with a condom was simply to finish took off his condom and finished in the mouth of the girl ( was a prostitute ) and this touch for a while with the language of the bottom of my penis and bit her lip from above
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What was your exposure?
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simply have done the 3-month 4th generation and was OK but from yesterday I have a sore throat and runny nose and went stupid in my mind that it not properly made ​​my test and read a little and the internet and that was
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Not going to discuss something that you don't have and don't have to worry about.
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not I do not have a positive test simply asks why something I have read and I do not know if it is right
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Do you have a positive HIV test?
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What do you mean? Hiv leads to aids. Have you tested positive?
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