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I have some allergy in penis area with gastritis problem. I had unprotected sex but my HIV test is non-reactive.

sir, i was sexsual contact in my relation wife 3 years before without safe. then i was married in 2007. my pregnant in 2007, she was tested in hiv test in 2 times that period, the result got nonreatcive. this year my pennis area some allergy , so i am doubtfull and take hiv test, the result got non reatctive, then i went to dermontologist , ho told some allergy no problem, two months later i went to gasro doctor for my stomach problem , i told everthing including hiv test details, the doctor asked that test is not correct so you take onother test. i went to lab this time i take HIV 1& 2 DUO P24 test, the result got nonreactive, vdrl test is negative, after one month
Asked On : Mon, 27 Sep 2010
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Hi,Ravi,
Thanks for query,
You are not having any STD as all reports are normal,Nothing to worry,
It may be allergy on your part.
Clean smegma collecting under your foreskin daily by averting foreskin.
Keep local hygiene clean.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 29 Aug 2011
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