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Hiv test negative
After 8 years of exposure, i had tridot and western blot test both were negative. I read in some journals that in late stage hiv, these tests wont detect hiv. Im having symptoms for past 2 months but my two doctors say im completely fine and theres nothing wrong with my reports. I think im also having cognitive declination and aids wasting. What should i do?
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Hi dear, those tests can detect HIV. So you can be rest assured that you are negative. Need not to be anxious. Cognitive deficiency & wasting can be due to lot of other factors. You can treat those with Homoeopathic medicines. They can give you best results. To know more & for any other concern you can call us or reach us online.
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