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Author Topic: Re: Possible HIV exposure  (Read 2639 times)

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Offline laslopaka

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Re: Possible HIV exposure
« on: December 30, 2010, 12:39:24 PM »
Aloha,
My partner has taken his second blood test for HIV. The first test turned out negative :) but it was the same month I turned out POZ. 84 CD4 in Jan 2010. We always had unprotected sex. :-X Been together for 30 years.  :)We have not had sex since Dec. 2009. ::) we both have been celebate since I became poz. I am worried that he might be poz. We'll find out in 35 minutes. :-\ He has been coming with flu like systems, migraines, and being tired all the time. Don't know if it's because of his work or his status.  ???We discussed it if he turns out POZ and he seemed to be able to handle it. He has been really supportive of me. I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed.lol  He got approved for the V.A. Health Care system yesterday. So if he is POZ  :'(I can hook him up with my I.D. Doctor. He is really good over at Tripler. ::)The V.A. Will turn out to be a better deal for both of us.
Aloha :-*

Offline Andy Velez

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Re: Possible HIV exposure
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2010, 12:57:00 PM »
I've moved this thread over here because it seems the category most appropriate although I hope your partner tests negative.

You also posted it in someone else's thread in AM I INFECTED. In that section no one is supposed to posting or responding in anyone else's thread unless they are authorized to do so. You do not have that authorization so please comply with our rule in the future.

Good luck with your partner's test result.
Andy Velez

Offline laslopaka

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Re: Re: Possible HIV exposure
« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2010, 01:12:57 PM »
Sorry Andy. :'( I thought it would be alright. I was nervous about finding out. But the lines at the clinic has been busy all morning. ???
Aloha
I've moved this thread over here because it seems the category most appropriate although I hope your partner tests negative.

You also posted it in someone else's thread in AM I INFECTED. In that section no one is supposed to posting or responding in anyone else's thread unless they are authorized to do so. You do not have that authorization so please comply with our rule in the future.

Good luck with your partner's test result.

Offline laslopaka

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Re: Re: Possible HIV exposure
« Reply #3 on: December 30, 2010, 02:30:00 PM »
Found out the results. He is NEGATIVE!!! YES ;D

Sorry Andy. :'( I thought it would be alright. I was nervous about finding out. But the lines at the clinic has been busy all morning. ???
Aloha

Offline HippieLady

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Re: Possible HIV exposure
« Reply #4 on: December 30, 2010, 05:31:29 PM »
Good news! Congrats on his neg result.
~Katie~
Diagnosed HIV+ April 30, 2010

Current CD4-638  VL-UD  11/2013

 


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