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is the oraquick accurate enough or should i need more tests done i did the oraquick mouth swab test 5 times once in dec and once in feb twice in march and once in april all came back negative the exposure was in oct do i need more tests done with blood work or this is accurate enough cause i been doing alot of research online and said that ther oraquick advance mouth swab is not that reliable anyone know about false negatives with those teste please let me know
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What was your possible exposure and when was the date of your exposure?
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oct 1st in vegas had protected sex with a escort but i had shaved down there the nite before so there was some cuts and alot of vaginal fluid came all over them like i posted i only got tested with the oraquick advance and nothing else 6 and half months after the time i was with the escort and a few times in between
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You never had an exposure. HIV is unable to reproduce outside its living host (unlike many bacteria or fungi, which may do so under suitable conditions), except under laboratory conditions; therefore, it does not spread or maintain infectiousness outside its host.
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thanx for repliying im telling i beenreading your post for a long time thanx for the help but is the oraquick advance mouth swab a good test sorry last question promise
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Doesn't matter what test it is. You never had an exposure.
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