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hi all...i need help plz.....i had sex with street girl with no condom and i am very scared and after three months i tested by elisa test also p24 combo my result was Negative.......is that means i am ok and my result Conclusive....thank you very mcuh..........................
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You are conclusively HIV negative.
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i have a littel bit Hair Loss on my left side of my head and it never happen before also rash on my skin.....i am very worry plz anyone can just tell me what is that mean????
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Maybe your doctor can tell you because what i can tell you is that it has nothing to do with hiv.
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thank you very mcuh....................................................................................................
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Could I still have HIV with a negative ELISA 3 months after exposure?????.....thank you very much....
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plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz answer me......tnx
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NO,its not possible to have hiv after a negative test result at 3 months,unless you has another exposure during the window period which you did not,infact you never had any risk at all.You have to start believing this.
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