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The living with hiv forum is far less active than the prevention forum. If my last test turn out to be hiv + i don't know what i'm going to do for support. You think it would be more active than it is...
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Well that is something you're not going to have to worry about. Why would you think it would be more active? 99% of the people that come here had no risk.
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Yes, but Teak, some may be coming hear after diagnosis looking for a hiv support forum as well, i would have if i tested hiv +, i would have looked through the other forum just as i found myself here i could have found myself there as well, no?
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In your time on this fourum, how many people that have posted turn out to be hiv +?
How many people have you ever though would turn hiv after you read there exosure/risk?
How many were you right about?
What was the most shock risk vs hiv result posted on Medhelp.
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I have yet to be wrong on my assessments and it's been 3 years. I believe there has been one on here that had a positive result that had a REAL risk. I don't understand your question on most shock risk vs hiv result posted. You'll need to explain.
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By shocking i mean either unusual or a relativley low risk posted by the person who reportd back a positive test result is all i ment to say.
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There has never been one.
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