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Hiv test before 6months
I have don't my hiv blood test before 6months and it was negative since then I have not involved in any active sex is there any chance of affecting of HIV virus.shall i test once again
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HIV virus and erection has no connection. It's your excessive worrying that's causing erection problems.
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When was ur last exposure and when u get ur test done...?? Test required for confirmation,  if u are ok..
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consult for prescription
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No no need any other doubt kindly Consult online
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Consult immediately madam
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No no need to do any ..just stop thinking about hiv
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If it was a 4 th generation test negative then nothing to worry
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