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Have diarrhea after having sex. Done HIV test. What does it mean?

Dear Sir, Goodevening. I am 32 male from Mumbai .I Am married having good life. Sir i had sex with marriedwomen next to my complex in month of 25th oct 2012 . On 22nd Nov 2012 i started loosmotion for 1 week watertype feeling very week . I tested for HIV I & II on 29th nov 2012 whic was non recative . After that i get well but till now my motion are semi-solid type. Again on 11th Jan 2013 my company send for medical checkup HIV I & II Was non Recative. Sir I went for HIV DUO Test On 2nd Feb 2013 . which was Non recative . 0.27 % ( 0 - 1 ) Non Recative / (1- Above ) Recative what this mean i want to now. Sir Please help me this is enough or i should test again. Please help me .
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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hello,i do not think u have HIV AS THE TEST AFTER THREE MONTHS IS NONREACTIVE.AS FAR AS DIARRHOEA IS CONCERNED IT CAN BE SIMPLE DIARRHOEA.IF YOU ARE STILL IN DOUBT GO FOR RNA PCR WHICH GIVES CONFIRMATORY RESULT
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