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My Girlfriends results were negative for HIV

Hello I will keep this question short and simple.

My girlfriend went for her pap smear and had everything checked and even had them check HIV and that came back negative.

So is it safe to say that IF she is negative I'm negative as well?

I haven't taken a test yet.  Since we are in a menogamous relationship and have unprotected sex.

As shadow  and others have stated before that I was negative and never at a risk.

Thank you.
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Is this a ridiculous question to ask?
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Kam, it depends on your sexual history. You could be positive and not have transmitted it on to the girl friend now. So never take someone's negative test to mean you are negative. If you have a concern just hop into the clinic and get a test. Then you will know without a doubt what your status is. No your question wasn't ridiculous.
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Thank you very much for answering my question.

My sexual history has been with 3 girls including my current girlfriend.. all of whom which I was dating and all of which I've had protected sex with a condom and unprotected oral and from what I've read from you, alienshadow and lizzielou oral is not considered a risk if someone was positive?

I know my previous girlfriends were both tested and are negative. My current girlfriend was just tested and negative as I mentioned above.  If everyone I've been dating and had sex with and had protected (condom) vaginal sex means I should be at no risk. I think that's what I was trying to get at.. Sorry for the lack of information.

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No problem. You don't have a thing to worry about. Keep using those condoms.
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I just have one more question, and I'm sorry for this...

in regards to me and my girlfriend. We're in a serious relationship and sometimes we have been having unprotected (with out a condom) but protected sex ( birth control ).

Is that that safe? and there wouldn't be a risk for hiv since none of us have it.

Thanks for the quick reply, I try not to let my mind wander on-line since I do have a bit of anxiety / health anxiety syndrome. You know those what-if's.. is not a way to live your life.

Cheers Teak.
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It's not safe in relation to HIV.
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